About us

We are a well-funded and fast-growing startup, managed by a team with a track record of success.

The

Cellium Company

Cellium Technologies Ltd. is a multidisciplinary technology company focused on providing indoor wireless connectivity solutions that support backward compatibility, as well as the latest current and future generation technologies, to future-proof investment of cellular, WiFi and IoT networks essential to the enterprise, retail, education, healthcare, hospitality, venue, and other market segments.

EdgeAir™ antenna subsystem enables the distribution of a wide sub-7GHz RF spectrum between a base unit and multiple distributed radio units over standard CATx Ethernet or Coax cables in the most efficient, high performance, and cost effective way; overcoming the challenges neutral hosts, integrators, and end-users face in traditional DAS and DRS deployments. 

Leadership

Oz Liv

CO-FOUNDER & PRESIDENT

Roy Kinamon

CO-FOUNDER & COO

Dror Jerushalmi

Dror attained over 30 years’ high-level management and international business development and marketing experience in the hi-tech sector. Prior to joining Cellium, Dror co-founded and led Valens as its CEO for over 13 years. Valens is a leading fabless semiconductor company whose HDBaseT technology has been adopted as a standard for connectivity in the audio-video and automotive markets. Prior to Valens, Dror assumed marketing and business development managerial roles in different companies.

Oz Liv

Prior to founding Cellium, Oz served as the Head of the elite R&D Unit of the IDF which specializes in computerized systems and wireless technologies. Since 1998, he was involved in the management of several hi-tech start-ups, served as a venture partner in a leading Israeli VC firm, and founded GoNET Systems in 2003.

Roy Kinamon

Roy brings to Cellium over 20 years of communications engineering development experience and responsible for leading all product development and engineering. Prior to founding Cellium, Roy was VP R&D and VP marketing at GoNet systems, an outdoor WiFi company. He also managed the Israel Design Center for STMicroelectronics (NASDAQ: STM), leading over 50 engineers developing STM’s xDSL chipset solutions.

Raz Kivelevich-Carmi

Raz has extensive knowledge in Telecom and Wireless technologies, with over 20 years’ experience in product, marketing and business. Prior to joining Cellium, Raz led the HW product management and product marketing at Airspan Networks (NYSE: MIMO) and served in lead positions in companies including DSP Group (acquired by Synaptics), Siano Mobile Silicon, PowerDesine (acquired by MicroChip), Emblaze Semiconductor, Followup (acquired by Microsoft) and Zoran.

Gil Bahat

Gil leads the company’s finances, bringing with him more than a decade of local and global finance and managerial experience. Previous experience includes: CFO at Zeekit and Sompo Digital Labs TLV; VP Finance at OryxVision and Cynerio. Senior Controller at BiolineRX (NASDAQ: BLRX), and audit manager at PwC Israel where he led audit teams, as well as advised companies in various stages, from establishment through M&A’s and IPO’s, both local and abroad.

Amir Meir

Amir brings over 20 years of experience and innovation in the wireless industry. Prior to joining Cellium, Amir co-founded Ubiqam as its CTO for over 12 years. Ubiqam is a leading wireless immunity company whose technology has been adopted by Tier 1 and HLS wireless carriers. Prior to Ubiqam, Amir led innovation and IPR at Cobham Wireless and served in executive positions in companies including Axell Wireless and Dekolink wireless. Amir holds more than 10 patents, a BSc. with honors in Electrical Engineering and MBA from the Ben-Gurion University, Israel.

Sharon Ashkenazi

Sharon brings over 25 years of communications engineering development and management experience. Prior to joining Cellium, Sharon served as VP engineering at Gonet systems, an outdoor WiFi company. Prior to that he was a founding team member of Congruency, a VoIP startup acquired by Telrad Networks (TLRD). Before that Sharon served in an elite R&D unit of the IDF developing a unique communication and security systems.