Graham Woolfman – Non-executive Chairman
Graham is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and previously a partner and head of Corporate Finance at Levy Gee, a medium sized UK accountancy firm. He has over 25 years’ experience in advising and supporting growth businesses in financial and commercial management and transactional activities. He was a founder Director of Gateway VCT plc, a venture capital trust listed on the London Stock Exchange, and managing partner of its investment adviser. Graham has worked with companies across a range of sectors, including renewable energy, software, technology, medical-related, retail and consumer, general service based, and financial services sectors. He is a director of a number of private companies, and has served as a director of AIM quoted and LSE listed companies. He is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Filta Group Holdings plc, a Company which joined AIM in October 2016. Graham is currently the Managing Director of Intrust Corporate Finance Limited, a corporate finance advisory firm, which is regulated by the FCA.
David Levi – CEO
Over 25 years in the telecom industry, with vast technical and business experience in ATM, voice, TDM, SONET/SDH, Ethernet and PON. Prior to Ethernity, David was the founder of Broadlight, a semiconductor company that developed BPON and GPON components and was acquired by Broadcom (BRCM) for $230M. Right before his employment at Broadlight in 2000, David invented GPON protocol with two US patents registered in his name. Prior to this, David worked as Director of Product Marketing at ECI Telecom in Broadband Access division. Before that he was Senior Product Line Manager at RAD, responsible for a $50M product line sales. He was also a product manager at Tadiran Communication, a sales manager at Dynamode Ltd, and served as a systems engineer and project manager in the IDF
Mark Reichenberg – CFO
Mark Reichenberg joined the Company in December of 2016 as the IPO Advisor and Consultant (as London AIM Advisory Services) and in March 2017 was appointed as the CFO to the Company. His duties include Group Financial Management as CFO, risk management, maintenance of internal controls, governance, special projects and corporate transactions. Previously, Mark held the position of VP Business Development and Corporate Affairs Officer of the Magnolia Silver Jewellery Group Limited. He was the CFO of GLV International Ltd, both in Israel, and prior to that, held the position of Group Financial Director of Total Client Services Ltd, a company listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Mark has held various senior financial director positions in retail, wholesale and logistics. Mark is a qualified Chartered Accountant from South Africa (1989) and holds a B.Acc degree from the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS) in South Africa
Shavit Baruch – VP R&D
Shavit has over 25 years in the telecom and datacom industry, with vast technical experience in ATM, Ethernet and SONET/SDH, both at components and system level. Prior to Ethernity Networks, Shavit served as Chief Architect at Native Networks, a start-up company developing products for Metro Ethernet market. Prior to this, in 2002, Shavit established Crescendo Networks, a start-up company enhancing data centre applications performance. Prior to the venture at Crescendo, Shavit served as R&D Director at ECI Telecom, where he was in charge of development of all transmission cards for one of the world’s most successful broadband systems. Earlier Shavit worked at Lannet Data Communication, acquired by AVAYA, designing, together with Galileo, Ethernet switch on silicon.
Neil Rafferty – Non-executive Director
Neil has spent the majority of his career in the telecoms and technology sectors holding a variety of senior executive positions. These range from being CEO of Easynet (listed on the London Stock Exchange before being acquired), CEO of Priority Telecom (a Dutch based cable company), and CEO of UCS (a Swiss based pan-European network carrier). He was also Global Operation Director at Cisco Systems, primarily responsible for the British Telecom relationship, which was Cisco’s fourth largest global customer. Latterly he has been advising early stage companies across a variety of sectors helping them implement growth strategies. He is currently an Advisory Board member at both Hidden Planet and Fitle. Neil holds a BA (Hons) degree from Newcastle Polytechnic.