Radware is a provider of load balancing and cybersecurity services for data centers. Radware's corporate headquarters are located in Mahwah, New Jersey and international headquarters are located in Tel Aviv, Israel. The company also has offices in Shanghai, China. Radware is a member of the Rad Group of companies and its shares are traded on NASDAQ.
|Traded as||NASDAQ: RDWR|
|CEO: Roy Zisapel |
CFO: Doron Abramovitch
COO: Gabi Malka
|Revenue||US$ 216.57 million (2015)|
|US$ 18.57 million (2015)|
Number of employees
Zisapel holds a 3.4 percent stake in the company. His father, Yehuda Zisapel, is the largest shareholder, with a 15 percent stake.
In November 2005, Radware acquired V Secure Technologies, giving Radware intrusion-prevention system/intrusion detection system (IPS/IDS) technology to run on its Layer 4-7 switch hardware and appliances. In April 2007, Radware acquired Covelight Systems, a provider of web application auditing and monitoring tools based Cary, North Carolina, for US$16 million. In February 2009 Radware acquired Nortel’s Application Delivery business (Alteon) and now offers them under a merged brand, Radware Alteon. In February 2013, Radware acquired Strangeloop Networks, a leader in Web-Performance Optimization (WPO) solutions for e-commerce and enterprise applications.
The company sells its products worldwide through distributors and resellers located in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific. Its customers include financial services, insurance, e-Commerce, manufacturing, retail, government, healthcare, education, and transportation services and carriers.
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