- Buyers Guide
Ceragon Networks Ltd. announced the launch of the FibeAir IP-10 E-Series. Ceragon's latest offering provides unrivaled wireless transport capacities and is optimized for mobile internet and broadband services in an all IP environment.
Ceragon's E-Series delivers better spectrum utilization, more comprehensive synchronization and lower power consumption than competing solutions on the market. With end-to-end Ethernet service management and sophisticated Operation Administration & Maintenance (OA&M) tools, the solution helps to simplify network design, reduces both OPEX and CAPEX and drastically improves overall network availability. To put it simply, integrated, powerful, low-delay traffic management helps operators generate more revenue at the lowest overall cost.
The FibeAir IP-10 E delivers up to 2 Gbps of IP traffic per channel. The solution also includes a number of industry-first features – such as the breakthrough asymmetrical traffic payload delivery – which enables it to increase download capacity in asymmetrical deployment scenarios.
“Operators and Network providers look to us, as specialists, to provide them with cost-effective ways to increase bandwidth and optimize their backhaul,” said Hagai Zyss, Head of the Short Haul Solutions Business Unit at Ceragon Networks. “Ceragon’s R&D team has hit a home-run with the FibeAir IP-10 E-Series. The use of innovative concepts such as asymmetric traffic delivery to provide more downlink capacity at no extra cost demonstrates how Ceragon continues to give more value to its global customer base.”
Key Features of the FibeAir IP-10 E-Series include:
• Highest possible capacity and efficiency at any channel bandwidth with proven optimization techniques for common mobile broadband traffic patterns
• Simplified network design and maintenance – reducing Operators CAPEX and OPEX
• A fully flexible synchronization solution
• Support of services with stringent SLA
• Optimized for current deployments with higher capacities and broadband services
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