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Ari Zoldan is CEO of Quantum Networks, a service and product provider for the wireless industry specializing in 3G and 4G technologies including WiMax and Long Term Evolution. Prior to starting Quantum Mr. Zoldan founded Launch 3, a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and fixed wireless company. Mr. Zoldan constructed a global network moving millions of minutes around the world via satellite and fiber optics. He has built extensive commercial networks in Africa, Asia, South America, and Europe for both private and carrier enterprises. In addition to his work at Quantum Networks, Mr. Zoldan makes regular appearances on national broadcast outlets and has been featured on CNN MONEY, FOX NEWS, POPULAR SCIENCE, NBC and talk shows around the world. Mr. Zoldan is a sought-after motivational speaker and considered an industry thought leader, respected business analyst and specialist in the start-up industry. He can be found on the lecture circuit discussing topics ranging from Google announcements to Apple developments.

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South Sudan’s Independence, One Year Later

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Israel

Israel Triathlon Team Denied in Jordan for Asian Cup

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Middle East

Moroccan Textbooks Emphasize Jewish History, Report Says

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