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Mr Daniel Rosenne

  • Mr Daniel Rosenne
  • Chairman
  • Tadiran Telecom Communications Services
  • Israel
  • Panel Session
  • PSD2 : Mobile Technology and Productivity in the Enterprise
  • Jupiter 9
  • Wednesday, 20 November 2013 10:45 - 12:15
  • Panellists

Mr. Daniel Rosenne is Chairman and board member of several High-Tech companies in Israel, United States and China, and provides consultancy services to governments, telecommunication operators, manufacturers and investors’ communities, in various telecommunications strategy, regulation, management, business, operations, technology and engineering issues. Mr. Rosenne is member of the advisory board, Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI), Columbia Business School, NYC and the board of governors, Jerusalem College of Engineering (JCE), Jerusalem, Israel. He also leads Israel’s telecommunications, broadcasting and information technology standardization efforts, as chairman of the Standards Institution of Israel Central IT Standardization Committee. Mr. Rosenne served as Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Communication from 1997 to 2001, responsible for all aspects of telecommunication regulation, achieving major enhancement of competition and growth in the Israeli telecommunications services sector, accomplishing key amendments to Israeli Telecommunications Law and introducing spectrum auctions. Before joining the Ministry of Communications he founded and was President and CEO of Bezeq International, Israel’s incumbent international service provider and leading Internet service provider. His previous experience includes positions as Corporate Vice President for Technology and Business Development at Tadiran Telecommunications Ltd. and Vice President for Engineering and Planning at Bezeq, the Israel Telecommunication Corporation Ltd. He served for 25 years in the Israel Defense Forces, retiring with the rank of Colonel. Mr. Rosenne holds a B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel (1969) and an MA degree in business administration from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (1984).