Ceragon Networks, a provider of wireless backhaul
solutions, announced that a mobile operator in Latin America has selected
Ceragon to provide long-haul connectivity for new 3G sites and increased
capacity for its enterprise users.
Ceragon’s Evolution IP Long-Haul will enable a higher
level capacity for Ethernet bandwidth and 2G/3G voice and data implementations
across the network, allowing for increased accessibility for the insatiable
bandwidth growth within Latin America.
The network rollout will commence in Q1 2012 and continue
to run throughout the year.
“The expanded footprint in the southern cone helps
strengthen Ceragon’s role as a primary backhaul solutions provider within the
Latin American marketplace,” said Ira Palti, president & CEO of
“The need for high-capacity bandwidth for this
region is ever-increasing and we are committed to building a robust network
capable of meeting our customer’s connectivity needs today and well into the
future,” Palti added.
Evolution Series IP Long-Haul is a versatile and
cost-effective multi-radio solution for long distance, high capacity networks
and is designed to meet both the current and future needs. Consuming 30 percent
less power than competing long-haul systems, the Evolution IP Long-Haul allows
for significant overall savings on the cost of electricity itself, while adding
efficient power and heat management capabilities.
By Telecomlead.com Team