LOD, Israel, Feb. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Ethernity Networks (AIM: ENET), a leading supplier of data processing technology on FPGA for high-end Carrier Ethernet applications, has appointed Rob O'Hara as its Vice President of Worldwide Sales.
"We are pleased to welcome Rob to our organization as a preeminent member of our sales team," said David Levi, CEO of Ethernity. "Rob brings many years of experience in leading sales operations at EZchip, an ASIC-based network processor player. Together with the recent appointment of Critz Chan as VP Sales, APAC, we are well structured for significant growth around Ethernity's patented programmable Flow Processor technology."
On his new appointment, Rob O'Hara commented, "I strongly believe in Ethernity's high quality FPGA-based solutions, and I've already seen great interest from clients in the telecom industry. I'm looking forward to growing the business and taking Ethernity to the next level."
Rob brings over 30 years of sales leadership in the networking and semiconductor market, and over the last 17 years, he has focused on network processors. Most recently, he served a Vice President of Sales at Mellanox Technologies with responsibility for global network processor and multicore sales. Prior to that, Rob served for 15 years as the VP of Worldwide Sales for EZchip Technologies until EZchip was acquired by Mellanox in February 2016 for $811M. Previous roles include senior sales management positions at Conexant Systems and AMD.
Rob will be present at Ethernity's booth (2K63) at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which is taking place on the 26th of February to the 1st of March 2018.
About Ethernity Networks
Ethernity Networks (AIM: ENET.L) is a technology solutions provider that develops and delivers data processing technology used in high-end Carrier Ethernet applications across the telecom, mobile, security and data centre markets. The company's core technology, which is populated on programmable logic, enables data offloading deployment at the pace of software development, improves performance and reduces power consumption and latency, therefore facilitating the deployment of virtualization of networking functionality. More information is available at www.ethernitynet.com.
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