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Ceragon Opens North American Systems Integration and Test Facility

December 20, 2010
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Ceragon Networks Ltd., a provider of high-capacity, 4G/LTE-ready wireless backhaul networks, has opened a new Systems Integration and Test Facility in Paramus, NJ. At the SIT facility, the company’s highly trained network engineers are able to help service providers avoid systems integration issues before complex networks are deployed in the field.

With the ever increasing demand for high-bandwidth services and applications, service providers want to install networks as quickly and efficiently as possible, without any project delays. The new SIT facility is one of a complete portfolio of services for the design, implementation and maintenance of telecommunication networks offered by Ceragon Networks.

System integration in a lab setting saves precious time when installing networks in the field, eliminating costly field errors and improving the accuracy of the network. Customer specific requirements can be tested, verified and optimized, while any upgrades and other changes can be easily carried out by the professional staff on hand.

“Our new Systems Integration and Test Facility demonstrates our commitment to deliver the highest quality, carrier grade systems and bring more value to our customers,” said S. Jayne Leighton, President of Ceragon Networks Inc. “Ceragon’s engineers understand microwave technology and how to fully integrate complex systems across any network architecture. By partnering with us, service providers can achieve a faster ROI of their network by ensuring trouble-free deployments.”


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