Dan Rabinovitsj joins Ruckus Wireless as COO

Dan Rabinovitsj joins Ruckus Wireless as COO

Industry veteran brings 25 years experience to wireless vendor

Ruckus Wireless has appointed former Qualcomm Atheros senior vice president, Dan Rabinovitsj, as chief operations officer.

The wireless communications vendor described the appointment as a key addition to its management leadership.

Ruckus Wireless president and chief executive, Selina Lo, said “Dan joins Ruckus at an exciting time when demand for reliable wireless infrastructure and services has never been greater.”

“Not only does Dan bring a strong understanding of the emerging trends and technologies in mobile communications, but his hands-on experience in operational management across so many disciplines will be invaluable to the continued growth of Ruckus, further sharpening our focus on delivering long-term value to our customers and shareholders.”

Rabinovitsj joins Ruckus from his most recent role at Qualcomm Atheros, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated.

He most recently held the position of senior vice president of the company’s infrastructure business, with a focus on networking and small cells.

“Ruckus has clearly demonstrated industry leadership as an innovator and pioneer of world-class wireless,” said Rabinovitsj.

“Ruckus is superbly positioned to take advantage of the unprecedented demand for high performance, pervasive wireless networks. I am thrilled to join a company with a unique culture committed to innovation and operational excellence. I look forward to helping further shape the company and market as part of the Ruckus team.”

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