Ceragon

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Ceragon Networks Ltd.
Type Public
Traded as (NASDAQCRNT)
Industry Communications
Founded 1996
Key people CEO: Ira Palti
Products Wireless backhaul
Revenue Increase US$ 446.7 million (2012)
Operating income Increase US$ 4.8 million (2012)
Net income Increase US$ 0.06 million (2012)
Employees 1100
Website www.ceragon.com

Ceragon Networks Ltd. provides high-capacity microwave Ethernet and TDM wireless backhaul to wireless service providers as well as private businesses.

Ceragon's offers Short-Haul and Long-Haul high capacity, point-to-point microwave systems in licenced spectrum (6-42GHz) as well as sub-6GHz and V-band (70-80GHz) spectrum range.[1]

Corporate history[edit]

Established in 1996 under the name “Giganet”, Ceragon Networks was first listed on the NASDAQ on September 6, 2000 (symbol: CRNT).

Ceragon designs and manufactures high-capacity communication systems for wireless backhaul – addressing the segment of the cellular market that connects a typical cell tower or towers to an operator’s core network. Ceragon provides wireless devices based on microwave with speeds ranging from 5 Mbit/s up to 2 Gbit/s per radio channel.

Ceragon markets its products under the FibeAir family brand (Short-Haul) and the Evolution family brand (Long-Haul). Ceragon has a customer base of over 230 service providers of all sizes, and hundreds of private networks in more than 130 countries across the globe.[citation needed]

Ceragon has numerous sales offices located throughout North and South America, EMEA and Asia, handling direct sales. Partnerships with leading distributors, VARs and system integrators around the world provide an active indirect channel. Its US headquarters was opened in 1999 and its European headquarters in 2000.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2009 annual report, page 25". Retrieved 2011-01-22. 

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