Pente Networks Appoints Yael Oren-Zilberman as Chief Operating Officer



Pente Networks Marketing
HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY, USA; TEL AVIV, ISRAEL; September 21, 2022 – Pente Networks™, developer of IT-centric enterprise LTE/5G solutions for service providers and end customers, today announced it has named Yael Oren-Zilberman as Chief Operating officer.

Yael Oren-Zilberman joins Pente after serving as a Partner at Impact Ventures, based in New York City, where she developed and executed strategic operations to clients. prior to that Oren-Zilberman was the Vice President of Global Operations at Verint Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: VRNT) for close to 15 years. in this role she implemented strategic customer centric changes and cross-organizational initiatives to drive business growth and efficiencies, including overseeing new product introduction, end-to-end customer deliveries, and post-sales support, across diverse market segments.

During her career, Oren-Zilberman provided direction, inspiration, guidance and created a high integrity, performance-driven and results oriented culture.

“Yael is a strong and passionate leader with a proven track record in driving impressive business results,” said Avi Cohen, CEO, Pente. “She motivates teams to drive revenue growth, to create operational efficiencies, to adapt to dynamic market shifts, and to create competitive advantages. Her analytical skills and technical aptitude combined with her intuitive approach and positive energy have enriched every organization she has been a part of, and we are delighted she is part of the Pente team as we continue in our growth trajectory, including expansion in North America and other regions.”

Earlier in her career, Oren-Zilberman ran North America Operations for Ceragon Networks Inc. (NASDAQ: CRNT), a global innovator and leading solutions provider of 5G wireless transport. There, she contributed to the full cycle of growing a startup to a large, publicly traded enterprise expert in wireless networking and cellular backhaul.

“Pente’s platform and solutions are poised to continue to disrupt how organizations can take advantage of private, secure, fast and flexible cellular networks, in the context of tremendous growth being forecast for 5G connectivity,” Oren-Zilberman said. “There is unlimited opportunity for Pente to expand globally, especially in the U.S. where the economics of spectrum, including CBRS, intersect with the need for enterprises to digitally transform their businesses, while controlling costs. I am honored to join Avi and the founding team on this great adventure.”

About Pente Networks

Pente provides enterprise LTE/5G Mobile Core & Management Platform. Established in 2015, the company is headquartered in Israel and the U.S., with R&D centers in Israel, India and Eastern Europe. With deep knowledge of telecom and enterprise solutions and experience in building networks and business applications for dozens of enterprises and mobile operators, Pente has a growing partner ecosystem with leading system integrators, service providers, and equipment manufacturers focused on delivering end-to-end, wireless communications solutions to enterprises.

Pente’s IT-friendly solutions feature guaranteed latency, security, and quality of experience, optimizing public and private clouds to deliver fully secure and economically efficient services designed to support enterprise digital transformation. Learn more at

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