Ceragon Networks Wins Backhaul Contracts in India and North America
Published on: 13th Jan 2014
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Ceragon Networks says that it has received what it says are large orders from two mobile network operators in North America and India. It declined to name the customers or the value of the orders though.
Ceragon will deliver several thousand of its backhaul products to these operators. These systems will be used to build wireless backhaul networks in support of each operator's plan to rollout LTE networks over the next few years.
For the India operator's network rollout, Ceragon will deliver the FibeAir IP-20C, an outdoor multi-core solution delivering gigabit capacity over narrow channels; and FibeAir IP-20N , a multi-radio aggregation node.
In North America, Ceragon will deploy hundreds of radio links as part of the operator's network, which will carry LTE traffic from coast-to-coast. Based on Ceragon's FibeAir IP-20A , the network will support multi Gigabit data-rates. The FibeAir IP-20A will be deployed in both all-indoor and split-mount configurations.
"We are encouraged by the growing demand for our newly launched products which provide a perfect fit for operators' needs worldwide," said Ira Palti, president and CEO of Ceragon networks.