About Us

Federated Wireless is unlocking a spectrum of possibilities, leading the wireless industry through the shared spectrum revolution.


Industry changing, innovative technologies are the heritage of Federated Wireless. Our innovation can be traced back to our founding scientists and their work at the Hume Center, [email protected] at Virginia Tech, and government agencies, such as DoD and DARPA. Dr. Charles Clancy is the co-author of Spectrum Sharing strategy. Dr. Jeff Reed was a member of The United States President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) and was influential in shaping the shared spectrum model adopted by the FCC. Dr. Robert McGwier is one of the foremost leading scientists in telecommunication systems engineering along with Dr. Joe Mitola who laid the foundation for spectrum-sensing cognitive radio.

Our parent company is Allied Minds, who partners with universities and federal research institutions to develop new technologies, bridging the commercial gap by creating businesses based on these technologies.

Federated Wireless is led by CEO Iyad Tarazi and a team of industry veterans who continue to build on this heritage, pioneering new territory in the commercialization of shared spectrum.

Executive team

Chief Legal Officer

Ross Vincenti

Mr. Vincenti serves as the Chief Legal Officer for Federated Wireless, a leading pre-IPO company developing and deploying groundbreaking technology supporting dynamic spectrum sharing. His responsibilities include all aspects of the company’s legal and regulatory matters, and he is a member of the executive team. More information about Federated Wireless can be found at www.federatedwireless.com. Before joining Federated Wireless, Mr. Vincenti was the General Counsel and Secretary for OneWeb, a global pre-IPO satellite telecommunications company based in the Washington, DC area. Prior to OneWeb, Mr. Vincenti served as the Chief Legal Officer of SISVEL International S.A., a privately held international intellectual property licensing, monetization and consulting firm, and as Managing Director of SISVEL’s North American subsidiary. Mr. Vincenti previously held a variety of executive level positions, primarily in the broadband telecommunications, technology and financial services industries. He was Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Clearwire, one of the first companies in the U.S. to offer true high speed wireless broadband service. Prior to that he served as Senior Counsel at Sprint Nextel Corporation and was chief counsel for Sprint’s wireless broadband division.

Before joining Sprint, Mr. Vincenti served as Vice President/General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Siemens’ North American mobile wireless communications division, and as Senior Vice President/General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for FutureLink, an international cloud computing/hosted applications company. Mr. Vincenti received his law degree from the University of Southern California where he was an editor of both the Major Tax Planning Journal and the Computer/Law Journal. He was recognized by the Financial Times (N.A.) with a “Most Innovative In-House Legal Team” award in 2015. In 2008 he was also honored as the “Top Technology Transactions Lawyer” in the greater Washington, DC metropolitan area by the Washington Business Journal. He resides in Northern Virginia with his wife, Andrea R. Giacometti, MD.


President, Ruckus Networks, ARRIS

Dan Rabinovitsj

Rabinovitsj is President of ARRIS Enterprise Networks. In this role, he leads Ruckus Networks, an ARRIS company, which operates as a dedicated business under the ARRIS Enterprise Networks segment. The unit focuses on enabling constant, wireless and wired connectivity across complex and varied networking environments—serving enterprises and service providers across multiple verticals, including hospitality, smart cities, K-12, government and others.

Rabinovitsj joined ARRIS through its acquisition of Ruckus’ Wireless and ICX Switch businesses. At Ruckus, he served as the Chief Operating Officer (COO), managing day-to-day operations for wired and wireless networking products and solutions. Rabinovitsj brings more than 25 years of leadership experience in the communications and wireless industries, with extensive expertise in bringing vision to reality and a passion for building disruptive technology with great teams.

Rabinovitsj joined Ruckus from Qualcomm, where he was Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Wired and Wireless Networking Group. In that role, Dan ran the networking and small cells business and helped drive the transition to smart routers to dramatically improve user experience and start the transition to the Internet of Everything. He also led Qualcomm’s initiative to drive high-density deployment of LTE infrastructure, which has continued at Ruckus as the OpenG™ platform.

He previously held management positions with Atheros, NXP, Silicon Labs and AMD, working on technology initiatives from central office switching systems to mobile handset platforms and network processors.

Rabinovitsj holds a Master’s degree in Asian Studies and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin where he graduated summa cum laude.