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RadView Software Announces Webload Internet Productivity Pack 1.0
New Offering Advances RadView's Industry Standard JavaScript and Internet
Protocol Capabilities

RadView Software Ltd. (Nasdaq: RDVW), the fastest-growing provider of
solutions for verifying the performance, scalability, and integrity of
business-critical Web applications, has announced the immediate
of the WebLoad Internet Productivity Pack 1.0. The Productivity Pack
extends WebLoad's existing load generation capabilities to easily test and
analyse the performance of Web applications at the per-client,
level based on standard Internet protocols using simple JavaScript objects
and commands.

The Productivity Pack is claimed to provide the most comprehensive support
in the industry for the File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Simple Mail Transfer
Protocol (SMTP), Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3), User Datagram Protocol
(UDP), and Telnet. Its powerful, high-level JavaScript objects deliver
ability to load and verify application performance and scalability for
of these protocols.

With the Productivity Pack users can more realistically emulate a client's
interactions with an Internet application by freely mixing any combination
of these protocols with WebLoad's current capabilities inside a single
virtual user script. Engineers can therefore create better scripts for
testing each protocol's complex applications more easily than before,
eliminating the need to understand Request For Comments (RFC's), or
at the raw socket level. The Productivity Pack is fully interoperable
RadView's flagship solutions, WebLoad and WebLoad Resource Manager.

"As transaction-based Web applications continue to grow in complexity and
scope, we expect the use of multiple non-HTTP protocols to grow
accordingly," said Billie Shea, director of research, Newport Group, Inc.
"This added protocol support from RadView is essential to users who demand
higher degree of flexibility and realism in how tests for these
are constructed and executed."

"This easy-to-use extension to WebLoad is another step forward in
vision for accelerating application development and success in that it
our customers rapidly deploy their business-critical Web applications,"
Phil Hollows, vice president of technology, RadView Software. "The
Productivity Pack illustrates one of our key competitive differentiators -
the ability to test with a mix of Internet protocols at the per client,
instance level for a more real-world scenario. This is yet another metric
that provides our customers with added assurance that their Web
will perform well when deployed."

Availability and Pricing

The WebLoad Internet Protocol Productivity Pack is currently available
through RadView sales. Pricing begins at $4,950. Introductory, upgrade,
and service and maintenance programs are also available. Detailed pricing
information is available from RadView at 1-888-RADVIEW or

About RadView Software Ltd.

RadView Software Ltd. (Nasdaq: RDVW) develops Internet infrastructure
solutions to facilitate and accelerate the successful implementation of
high-performance, business critical web applications. With its
award-winning products, RadView provides the Web application testing and
analysis software of choice for some of the most demanding customers from
major industries such as financial services, Internet technology and
content, retail, manufacturing, telecommunication, health care and
education. Corporate offices are located in Burlington, MA, Milpitas, CA,
London, England, Munich, Germany, and Tel Aviv, Israel. The Company
$37 million through an initial public offering completed in August 2000.
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or call 1-888-RADVIEW.

The Edge Partnership
(+44) 1625 511966 / 511967 (fax)

Press contact: Craig Coward, 01625 511966

RadView contact: Nick Blamey, 0207 716 5840

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