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I am Tsahi Levent-Levi

I am a developer by heart. Always have been. The thing is, I found out I love writing and looking at the bigger picture of product and strategy. I joined the world of consulting and entrepreneurship when WebRTC was announced.

For the last 20 years, I’ve been working in the software communications space as an engineer, manager, marketer and CTO; changing my viewpoints so I won’t get bored.

Today I help companies simplify communication technologies, creating elegant and effective solutions. I also serve as Co-founder and CEO of testRTC, a company focusing on testing and monitoring WebRTC applications.

Nir Elyahu
CTO, Newrow_
After several meetings with Tsahi, we came to the understanding of how we need to treat, deploy and manage WebRTC servers in our architecture.
Yaron Cohen
Enterprise Architect, NICE
Tsahi's contribution for our system design is very significant from both professionalism and Time To Market perspectives. I find Tsahi highly professional with great creativity and ability to think outside the box.
Eran Kalmanson
CTO, YouNow
In a short period of time we have found Tsahi's insights and suggestions on where to focus our efforts and which frameworks to use reduced the time it took us to reach our target and removed a lot of the risks involved in the process.
Craig Walker
Founder and CEO, Dialpad
We've been working with Tsahi for months and his insights and understandings of both the technology and the marketplace have been extremely helpful and shortened our development cycles materially.

Recent posts

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A new design and what to expect in 2019 from
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