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The random article for Tuesday, 2 October 2018 is Zohar Zisapel.
Zohar Zisapel (born February 15, 1949; Hebrew: זהר זיסאפל), is a successful Israeli entrepreneur in Israel’s advanced high-tech industry, sometimes referred to as "the Bill Gates of Israel." The RAD Group of companies he co-founded with his brother, Yehuda, has been called "the world's most successful incubator" of telecom-related start-ups by Business 2.0 magazine.The RAD Group employs 4,500 people and closed 2015 with a total of $1.234 billion in global sales. Four RAD Group companies are currently traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange: Ceragon Networks, Radware , RADCOM, and Silicom.
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