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Ran Arad is a veteran developer, and now a project manager, in the area of VoIP, AAA, 3G, and multimedia streaming protocols. He has developed tools for H.323, 3G-324M, RTSP, RTP, MEGACO, MGCP and Diameter, among others. As a project manager at RADVISION, Ran assists a large and growing number of protocol implementers and handset manufacturers who deploy RADVISION technology.
When Ran isn’t working on cutting-edge, ground shaking products, he likes spending time with his wife, Lital, their son, Itay and their PS2, Bertram (no, not really). Ran enjoys studying all that relates to culture, information and communication: urban legends, linguistics, digital communities, viral memes and more.
Enable some decentralized form of communication, independent of ISPs - create an internet-in-a-box. Read more »
We’ve decided to renovate and freshen up a bit. Come and see the results on our RADVISION blogs. Read more »
In this day and age, I expect phone systems to provide a name, or the best approximation of a name (company, location) it can. Read more »
What happens to TCP sockets when you close them, and where exactly is sockets heaven? Read more »
a few conversations that went on mostly in my feverish imagination, illustrating the consequences of our diminishing attention spans, and their exploitations Read more »
Dealing with customer perceptual conflicts, and encompassing low-level requirements into high-level APIs. Read more »
instead of micro managing every decision your team makes, present them with a question that defines the essence of the product Read more »
Dan Teasdale sharing Design Lessons Learned From Rock Band Read more »