ConteXtream to Speak at the Open Networking Foundation’s Open Tech Israel SDN Symposium

Mountain View, California (EastBayDaily) — ConteXtream Inc., a leading provider of carrier-grade network virtualization solutions, today announced they will be presenting at Open Tech Israel’s SDN Symposium on Sunday, April 26 at the Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel. Open Tech Israel (, hosted by the Open Networking Foundation (ONF), is a part of ONF’s SDN Community-Building Symposium, which brings together developers, operators and end users to help accelerate the adoption and implementation of Open SDN.

WHO: Gadi Solomon, Director of Product Management, ConteXtream. Gadi drives the company’s product and solutions roadmap. Prior to joining ConteXtream, Gadi was the director for European business at ECI's broadband access division. Earlier, he held senior product management positions at Atrica (acquired by Nokia), BreezeCOM Ltd and 3Com's Network Convergence Division. Gadi has over 15 years of experience in the engineering, marketing and sales of telecommunications products. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Sciences from University of Toronto.

WHAT: Speaking Session at Open Tech Israel, “Using OpenFlow to Implement Service Function Chaining in a Service Provider Environment.”

WHEN: 1:40 p.m. on Sunday, April 26, 2015 Israel Daylight Time (IDT)

WHERE: The Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel, 115 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv, 63573-03

About ConteXtream ConteXtream is a privately held software-defined-networking (SDN) company that enables carriers to deliver network capacity and functions in the same way cloud providers deliver applications effectively utilizing standard compute and storage. ConteXtream's SDN offering, based on standards is carrier-grade and enables Network Function Virtualization (NFV) for various solutions deployed on carrier networks. Deployed by Tier-1 operators, ConteXtream's Carrier-SDN dynamically and elastically connects subscribers to services and enables carriers to leverage standard, low-cost server hardware and hypervisors to virtualize functions and services, while replacing costly purpose-built proprietary systems. Headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., ConteXtream is backed by Benhamou Global Ventures, Gemini Israel Funds, Norwest Venture Partners and Sofinnova Ventures as well as Comcast Ventures and Verizon Ventures. For additional information, visit


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