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Ceragon Networks Ltd., a wireless backhaul specialist, announced the release of the Evolution IP-10 Compact Long Haul (CLH), a reliable and cost-effective all-indoor microwave system for high capacity long distance applications.
The Evolution IP-10 CLH solution will be presented at CTIA, March 22-24, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL, Booth 1259.
Optimized for the North American market, Ceragon's Evolution IP-10 CLH allows operators to deploy high-capacity, long-haul microwave systems in locations where rack space and shelter real-estate are limited. This solution is designed to suite a variety of markets, including telecom carriers, utilities, transportation companies, state and local government, enterprise and more. Supporting Ethernet traffic at up to 1.4 Gbps per channel, Ceragon's Evolution IP-10 CLH offers exceptionally high transmit power and occupies only 3 Rack Units for a 1+1/2+0 system configuration. This results in a quick and simple installation process.
"The new Evolution IP-10 CLH strengthens our long-haul solutions portfolio and broadens our offering for North America," said Ira Palti, President and CEO of Ceragon Networks. "With this system, carriers and private network operators gain all the advantages of a robust, multi-radio, all indoor solution, but with a much smaller footprint, low power consumption and energy efficiency features. Complemented by our unique 'Rack & Stack' design, the Evolution IP-10 CLH is an impressive piece of engineering."
Ceragon's Evolution IP-10 CLH wraps a powerful energy-efficient, low footprint radio system with Ceragon's field proven FibeAir® IP-10. The solution provides a green alternative with operating simplicity, adaptive power technology for energy conservation and radio configuration flexibility: 1+0/2+0 and 1+1/2+2. Simple to install and maintain, Ceragon's Evolution IP-10 CLH allows for easy expansion and migration from legacy TDM to next generation all-IP networks.
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