Yuval Shachar is an entrepreneur and angel investor currently involved as a co-founder, Chairman or Board member in a variety of companies (including Qwilt, Taykey, XTR3D, Panoramic Power, Tufin and others). Until 2009 Yuval served as a GM at Cisco running one of the BU's in Cisco's Service Provider group. Prior to Cisco Yuval co-founded P-Cube and served as its President and CEO, providing both leadership and vision up to its acquisition by Cisco in 2004. Prior to P-Cube, Yuval co-founded Pentacom, a pioneer in Dynamic Packet Transport (DPT) products, as well as previously leading the creation of Infogear, which developed some of the industry's first web appliances (both companies were acquired by Cisco). Previously, Yuval served as Vice President of Research and Development at VocalTec, overseeing the creation and development of the first set of VoIP architectures and products (VocalTec went public on NASDAQ 1996). Yuval started his career at Motorola and National Semiconductor in a variety of technology, software development and management roles.