Ravi Raj Bhat
November 14, 2019

About Ravi Raj Bhat

Ravi Raj Bhat is global field sales CTO and shared services SVP with A10 Networks. He is responsible for driving the global technical community among sales, engineering and customers. Bhat brings over 25 years of experience in the technology industry, including a variety of senior roles leading globally-dispersed engineering teams across Asia Pacific, North America and Europe.

Recent posts by the Author

November 14, 2019

A Strong 5G Security Posture is Critical for IoT

A recent article in TechRepublic mentioned that Kaspersky saw a 9x increase in cyber attacks - 105 million attacks from 276,000 unique IP addresses - on IoT devices in the first half of 2019 compared to the first half of 2018. This totaled 12 million attacks. These attacks on IoT devices are clearly outpacing the…

October 17, 2019

The Evolution of IoT with 5G: Future-proofing Current IoT Investment

In my last few talks on 5G, I frequently got asked that given there are close to a billion cellular IoT devices deployed today and with introduction of 5G, will it replace all the existing IoT technologies and would current investment in IoT become obsolete? The simple answer is no, but to understand this better,…

May 30, 2019

5G: The Slope of Enlightenment

Upon completing my first quarter with A10 Networks, I looked back to assess the last three months and all of the meetings, conversations and collaborations I have had the pleasure to have with our customers, partners and sales teams. And I am more excited than ever that the company is on a strong trajectory to…

April 8, 2019

Addressing Security for 5G Cloud Radio Access Networks

Small cells have been around for a little more than a decade and they will become ever more important in 5G era. Per the Small Cell Forum’s definition, a small cell is a radio access point with low radio frequency (RF) power output, footprint and range. It is operator controlled and can be deployed indoors…

March 14, 2019

How the 5G Telco Market is Transforming with Lessons Learned from the Enterprise

Over the past six months, more people in the general populace have begun using the term 5G in their regular conversations. It was a big focus at the recently-concluded MWC Barcelona event in February. And high-profile publications like TIME and BusinessWeek are writing articles to explain 5G to the layman after national security concerns were…