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Tsahi Levent-Levi is the CTO of the Technology Business Unit at RADVISION. His experience includes product management and development, project management, with a strong background in development and management of complex VoIP projects. Tsahi currently manages a wide range of VoIP and 3G client products, which enjoy significant market share in the industry.
In addition, Tsahi serves as co-chairman of the IMTC IMS Activity Group, which focuses on interoperability issues relating to IMS client applications. He also regularly participates in related 3GPP standardization conferences, where he works tirelessly to improve the standards for the industry as a whole.
When Tsahi isn’t editing his blog on how to make video-based telecom networks work, he enjoys playing with his two kids, developing new culinary innovations in his suburban Tel Aviv kitchen, or practicing Argentinean Tango with his lovely wife, a ballroom dancing instructor, while their daughter and son, look on.
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