After years of writing on other blogs and starting 2 blogs for other organizations, I decided back in 2014 that it is time to have a place of my own where I can write about the things that interest me. That is how this blog came to life.
Why “The New Dial Tone”?
Remember that sound your rotary phone used to make once you picked-up the handset? In a wide perspective, a Dial Tone is a new beginning.
Over the last decade or so, technology has changed our day-to-day life significantly. It created new dial tones, new ways for interacting with people, information, devices and networks.
It even changed our expectations when we interact with people in the old way, face-to-face.
This blog talks about these changes and those to come, looking at technology and its impact on markets and people.
Needless to say that the views presented here are my own views and don’t necessarily represent the views of my employers or companies I consult to.
Feel free to contact me through this blog or read more about me on Linkedin.
For the last 20 years I held various product, marketing, business and technology positions focusing mainly on real-time communications for mobile, web and other environments.
There are 3 things I love to do at work:
- Product innovation, new ideas and how people will experience them
- Meet with customers, exchange information, hear their problems and help to solve them
- Work with people, empower them, learn from them and leave a mark
As for positions and companies I worked for….I’m currently focusing on new initiatives and consultancy. I got into SD-WAN 4 years ago through consultancy projects that combined VoIP and SD-WAN and today I focus mainly on SD-WAN.
I had the pleasure of founding a startup, SwitchRTC. We have built a highly scalable WebRTC video SFU and the company was eventually acquired by one of our customers, YouNow Inc.
Previously, I was VP Products & Marketing for Radvision’s technology business unit where I helped change the product mix moving from SDKs to a higher level and more complete solutions with a lot of focus on mobile. At Radvision, I also headed the most profitable and highest revenue generating technology product line including the R&D and Product Management groups when VoIP was still in its early days.
I help other product, marketing and R&D positions, more on that on my Linkedin profile.
I love outdoor activities: hiking, mountain biking and exploring canyons that require rappelling. I especially enjoy hiking and camping with my wife and 2 kids.