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Radcom Inc. (NASDAQ:RDCM) up by 53.79% after it announced LTE deal – YRCW

Boston, MA 05/06/2013 (wallstreetpr) – Radcom Inc. (NASDAQ:RDCM) (Closed: $4.06, Up by 53.79%), a leading assurance service provider recently announced its winning of a multimillion dollar LTE deal. The initial phase of the deal with a Tier 1 Asian operator was announced by the company. Through this deal, the company plans to provide end to end LTE monitoring solutions to one of the largest deployments across the globe. Radcom Inc. (NASDAQ:RDCM) has thus entered into its sixth LTE deal which makes it secure a leading position in the LTE assurance provider market. The unique advantage of Radcom Inc. (NASDAQ:RDCM) which enabled to secure this deal was its ability to use its QiSolve application to provide real time feed to the policy control components in the network. The announcement of this deal had enabled the stock to register a whooping increase in its share price of 53.79 percent and analysts look out for further upward movement in the price.

YRC Worldwide Inc. (NASDAQ:YRCW) (Closed: $10.95, Up by 41.11%) registered a positive upward movement in its share prices following the announcement of earnings for the first quarter 2013. The trucking industry firm managed to lower its expenses which further helped to offset a decline in the revenue of the first quarter. The company had managed to keep its revenues from faltering despite extremely difficult winter weather conditions in the first quarter of 2013. Further YRC Worldwide Inc. (NASDAQ:YRCW) had also taken effective steps to streamline its operations following a bankruptcy protection filed in late 2009 against the firm. The company had taken all necessary steps to efficiently keep its operating expenses under control such that the revenue does not get affected in the financial statements. Analysts are optimistic about further positive movements in the company’s share supported further by the consolidation of the truck industry.

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