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Mobixell Names Gad Tobaly President, Mobixell Americas

Gad Tobaly joins Mobixell as company expands leadership in the Americas

San Jose, California - February 21, 2013 - Mobixell Networks, the world's leading independent provider of mobile Video Optimization and Web Acceleration technologies, today announced the appointment of Gad Tobaly as President, Mobixell Americas. Tobaly will lead the company's operations in the Americas, which includes Latin America, Canada, and Mexico as well as the U.S, and he will report directly to Mobixell's Chief Executive Officer, Klod Ghez.

"We are very pleased to have hired an executive of Gad Tobaly's caliber," said Klod Ghez, CEO. "I have known Gad for more than 15 years and I am confident that his global experience with communication service providers, equipment vendors, systems integrators and large enterprises will accelerate Mobixell's growth plans."

Tobaly brings an extensive international experience growing US and European technology companies. Most recently, Tobaly was COO of Nastel Technologies, a global provider of middleware-centric application performance management and diagnostics solutions. Previously, he was CEO of InfoVista SA, a then NASDAQ-listed global leader of service assurance solutions for telecommunications companies, later successfully acquired by Private Equity firm Thoma Bravo. Prior to InfoVista, Tobaly was Senior Vice President and General Manager of Computer Associates (CA Inc.). He joined CA after the acquisition of Platinum Technology, where he served as Managing Director in key markets in Europe. Tobaly holds a Master's Degree in Management Information Systems from Dauphine University in Paris and is fluent in four languages.

"I am delighted to join Mobixell leadership team," said Tobaly. "Mobixell's platform is becoming essential for mobile carriers looking to minimize their network expenses while monetizing their mobile data."

Gad Tobaly and others from Mobixell's executive team will be exhibiting their Seamless Access solution at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona from 25th to 28th February. Mobixell will be in Hall 5, Meeting Room 5MR82. To arrange a meeting at the show please contact [email protected].

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About Mobixell:
Mobixell Networks provides intelligent mobile Internet solutions to mobile operators that optimize data networks and maximize data profitability. Mobixell's flagship product, Seamless Access, enables mobile operators to intelligently manage, optimize, and monetize the surging mobile data and video traffic while giving subscribers an exceptional user experience.

Mobixell has over 400 deployments around the world, including Verizon, Vodafone, Bharti, Orange, and Telefonica, reaching over one billion mobile subscribers. Mobixell also provides specially adapted services in Mobile Video and TV, Mobile Internet and broadband, and mobile messaging. Founded in late 2000, Mobixell is a US-based company with offices in the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Finland, India, Indonesia, China, Japan, South Africa and Israel.

For more information, visit:
http://www.mobixell.com
http://www.mobixell.com/blog
http://twitter.com/mobixell

Press Contact
Karine Regev
Mobixell
Tel: +972 543 505 300
Email: [email protected]

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