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Ceragon Expands Reach into Indochina

June 9, 2008
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Ceragon Networks Ltd. has received orders for its advanced FibeAir® solutions to be deployed by a leading mobile operator in one of Indochina’s emerging markets. Valued at $3.5 M in revenue, the recent equipment orders signify the company’s continuing expansion into new markets and its growing footprint in the Asia-Pacific region.


FibeAir solutions for TDM networks feature upgradeable capacities ranging from 45 to 622 Mbps, enabling mobile carriers to successfully meet the challenges of increased network traffic with a cost-efficient, high-capacity wireless backhaul solution. With state-of-the-art technology the common hardware platform supports multiple capacities, frequencies and configurations, making the FibeAir family suitable for a broad range of network applications, ensuring simple network expansion.

“The demand for more bandwidth, whether for voice or combined voice/data applications, shows no signs of slowing down,” said Ira Palti, president and CEO of Ceragon. “Asia has some of the fastest growing national mobile markets in the world and we are extremely proud to be successful in penetrating more and more of them. Ceragon continues to take an active role in the expansion of high-capacity networks in Asia and we consider our activity in the region it to be one of the main drivers behind our business success."

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