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July 16, 2015

Ceragon Aiding Asia Pacific-Based Firms with 4G Service Launch

There is very little doubt that technology in general is becoming bigger and better in the Asia Pacific region. Mobile connections and connections using 4G are expected to explode in the next couple of years and Ceragon is just one firm that is looking to take advantage of the uptick. Already one of, if not the leading company in the world when it comes to wireless backhauls, t Ceragon announced this week that three of the biggest mobile operators in Asia Pacific and one in India are about to deploy the company’s IP-20 platform.

The launch of this platform means that these operators are looking to find better ways to facilitate 4G network services. The three companies that are looking at this launch have long been customers of Ceragon. All three of these firms are now being challenged with the desire to better offer 4G/LTE services in the part of the globe they do most of the their business. In order to do this, the companies are looking for a wireless backhaul solution that will let them upgrade when they need to, rather quickly and painlessly.

Perhaps most important of all is that these upgrades need to be able to be done without losing connectivity. The new high speed networks will be offered to schools, businesses and residential subscribers who are using more mobile devices to connect to these networks than ever before. Network expansions are needed by all three operators and this is where Ceragon’s IP-20 platform technology comes into play. This particular platform’s tech allows for nearly quadrupling capacity over a single narrowband channel. It can handle this particular job even if the signal is being broadcast over a long distance. This means the Ceragon customers won’t have to completely revamp their technology and move to the wideband spectrum.




Edited by Dominick Sorrentino


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