Ceragon Signs Follow-on Deal with Global T1 Operator for Network Expansion in Asia and Africa

4 October 2014
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Ceragon Networks, this week announced that the company has received orders from a global Tier 1 operator serving 20 countries across Asia and Africa. This latest upgrade of both the operator's African and Asian subsidiaries brings the total order value to over $50 million year to date.

According to Ceragon, its Evolution Long-Haul solution will serve to expand the operator’s African mobile reach across eight national markets, while its FibeAir solutions will be used to both expand existing 3G services and facilitate the upgrade to high-speed 4G/LTE networks in Asia.

Ceragon said that both the FibeAir and Evolution platforms allow for quick installation and offer a superior total-cost-of-ownership (TCO) for customers compared to existing technologies. As such, Ceragon customers benefit from rapid coverage of vast areas quickly and cost-efficiently, and can offer their subscribers a wide variety of value added services, added CEragon.

"We are delighted to support and enable our global Tier 1 partner to execute upon its vision and meet its customers’ growing needs. Both the African and Asian markets continue to evolve at a rapid pace. Ceragon is excited to take part in such growing number of global network expansion projects.”

-           Ira Palti, president and CEO of Ceragon  

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