Ceragon's FibeAir IP-20 platform selected by GovNET for wireless network backbone in Arizona state.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 12, 2015-Ceragon's FibeAir IP-20 platform selected by GovNET for wireless network backbone in Arizona state
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Ceragon Networks Ltd (Nasdaq:CRNT), a wireless backhaul specialist company, announced on Wednesday that its FibeAir IP-20 platform has been selected by GovNET, a specialised telecommunications firm that focuses on local, state and federal agency intercommunications.
According to Ceragon, its solution will deliver a high availability, super high-capacity and scalable wireless network-backbone and access nodes-across the state of Arizona.
Ceragon's component of this project is valued at USD4.6m.
The GovNET network reportedly serves the needs of mission-critical entities, including emergency services, judicial branches, schools, libraries and hospitals, to securely communicate via high-capacity connectivity previously unavailable in rural areas of the Western US and at affordable rates.
Ceragon said its FibeAir IP-20A, ultra-high capacity, high availability multicarrier solution provides the network's backbone and meets all of GovNet's current requirements, while providing the necessary scalability to expand as needs change and traffic volumes grow.
Also, the all-outdoor FibeAir IP-20C extends the network to the far reaches of the state through ultra-high capacity wireless links using licensed microwave spectrum over difficult terrain.
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|Date:||Feb 12, 2015|
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