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VP Marketing and Business Development
Ilan Tevet is RAD’s Vice President of Marketing and Business Development.
He originally joined RAD’s Marketing Department in 1997 as a Technical Support Engineer. After a few years as a Product Line manager, he moved to RAD’s Sales Department and was promoted to Sales Director for strategic alliances. Ilan returned to the Marketing Department in 2013 when he was appointed to lead the company’s Service Provider Line of Business, and in 2017 was promoted to his current role.
He holds a BA in Business Administration, Information Systems and Sociology and an Executive MBA in Marketing, Business Strategy and Finance from Tel Aviv University.
Ilan is an avid mountain bicyclist who enjoys multi-day, self-supported races across the Israeli desert.
All Posts by Ilan Tevet
- May 13, 2019
- Jan 07, 2019
RAD is honored to have received Orange Business Services' (OBS) Best Partner Award for 2018!
The award, in the Enriched Connectivity category, was announced during OBS’ 2018 Partners Day, which took place in Paris on December 13.
- Oct 29, 2018
Communication Service Providers (CSPs) are operating in an ever increasing competitive environment. They must move quickly to address changing customer requirements and adapt to intensifying competitive threats in the era of digital transformation.
- Oct 22, 2018
It is widely known that vCPE has the potential to deliver the NFV benefits that service providers desperately need. This however, comes with its challenges as we’ve already discussed in our analyst corner.
- Aug 13, 2018
In the last year or so, SD-WAN has caught the attention of service providers, with some of them going as far as investing in related startups. At the same time, service providers began to realize that while the technology provides easy-to-deploy solutions that include VNFs, white boxes and a management suite, these solutions are in effect walled gardens.
- Aug 06, 2018
5G is coming fast, promising to change – yet again – the way we connect to the world and consume data. It will enable ubiquitous wireless broadband, also known as enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), (e.g., wireless-to-the-premises and broadband on high-speed trains, at events and in crowds) and other, entirely new market segments.
- Jul 23, 2018
When NFV and SDN were first introduced, they held the promise of a true revolution – nimble networks, automated service rollouts and general purpose, low-cost white boxes replacing dedicated appliances – straight out of IT operations.