RADCOM Appoints NFV/SDN Leader David Amzallag as Special Strategic Advisor

September 12, 2017

TEL AVIV, Israel – September 12, 2017 − RADCOM Ltd (NASDAQ: RDCM), today announced that David Amzallag, formerly Head of Network Virtualization, SDN and NFV at Vodafone Group, has joined the company as a Special Strategic Advisor. David brings to RADCOM 25 years of telecom industry experience and a unique knowledge of network virtualization and service provider understanding. He will be working in unison with RADCOM’s management team to further drive the company’s NFV/SDN product and market leadership.

Since leaving Vodafone, David has been working closely with a selected number of top innovative companies that are building the future of the telecommunications industry and supporting service providers in their new visions, technology roll-outs, and network transformations, as they deliver new, leading-edge services and delightful experiences to their customers.

“RADCOM is a service assurance and customer experience management pioneer for the NFV transformation,” said David Amzallag. “With service assurance being the cornerstone of a successful network virtualization transition, RADCOM is the first in the market to provide a cloud-native service assurance solution which brings a good end-to-end understanding of any service (voice, data, and video) quality. RADCOM’s new and innovative solution enables service providers to smoothly transition to NFV/SDN networks, gaining advanced flexibility in service agility  and cost benefits from day one, due to the truly virtualized model, while delivering top-quality services to customers.”

“RADCOM offers a cloud-native solution with advanced automation, on-demand capabilities, an agile software development environment, network efficient virtual deployments and attractive, cost-effective software pricing models,” added David. “With RADCOM as a leading NFV/SDN service assurance and customer experience management vendor, delivering a full production-ready future-proof solution today, I’m excited about working with the company as together we push our technological advantage forward and enable service providers to virtualize their networks, gain an end-to-end understanding of the new services, and automate their assurance capabilities.” 

“I’m thrilled to welcome David to the company as we demonstrate and further expand our NFV leadership and cloud expertise,” said Yaron Ravkaie, RADCOM’s Chief Executive Officer. “David is joining a strong team with vast top-tier service provider experience and virtualization know-how. I’m sure David will be a valuable addition to the team, and with his contribution and insight we will further increase our competitive advantage and engage with leading service providers as they transform their networks to NFV/SDN.”


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RADCOM (NASDAQ: RDCM) is a first-mover and leading provider of NFV-ready service assurance and customer experience management solutions for Communications Service Providers (CSPs). RADCOM’s software – MaveriQ – continuously monitors network performance and quality of services, to optimize the user experience for CSPs’ subscribers. RADCOM specializes in solutions for next-generation mobile and fixed networks, including LTE, VoLTE, IMS, and others. MaveriQ enables CSPs to smoothly migrate their networks to NFV by assuring physical, NFV-based and hybrid networks. For more information, please visit www.radcom.com.

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