In our last blog post, we’ve discussed how critical infrastructure communications networks are affected by equipment vendors discontinuing their legacy devices in favor of newer generations.
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VP Critical Infrastructure Line of Business
Ophir Fux is VP of RAD's Critical Infrastructure Line of Business. Prior to this role, he served as RAD’s Vice President of Research and Development and before that he was the manager of its strategic Carrier Ethernet demarcation device and aggregation platform product line.
Before his time at RAD, Ophir held a number of pivotal R&D positions at Orckit/Corrigent, including that of Vice President of R&D at Corrigent.
Ophir holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the Holon Institute of Technology in Israel and an MBA from Bar Ilan University.
In his spare time Ophir enjoys dabbling in a bit of amateur carpentry.
All Posts by Ophir Fux
- May 27, 2019
- Apr 22, 2019
Organizations looking to roll out Industrial IoT (IIoT) deployments face many issues that require addressing, as has already been discussed here in this blog.
- Feb 04, 2019
Edge computing has been brought in as an approach to solve some of the main challenges of IIoT.
- Nov 12, 2018
Last week, Fortinet announced the expansion of its technology ecosystem, Fortinet Security Fabric, to include RAD, which is now a Fortinet Fabric-Ready Partner. RAD’s ruggedized edge computing-enabled IIoT gateways are a natural addition to the Fortinet ecosystem, extending the Fortinet Security Fabric to thousands of remote OT locations.
- Sep 17, 2018
The industrial internet of things (IIoT) revolution goes hand-in-hand with digital transformation and we’re about to see their impact everywhere, most importantly in the industrial and critical infrastructure sectors.
- Jul 30, 2018
Network operators of power, water and gas utilities, transportation, safe cities and other critical infrastructure (CI) have their work cut out for them. Their operational technology (OT) networks are currently migrating from TDM to packet-based WANs – Carrier Ethernet, IP/MPLS and MPLS-TP – and they must make sure that they are able to maintain service and network reliability.