Posted: November 5, 2013

Ceragon Networks Ltd.  announced its new, ultra-high capacity platform for HetNet hauling – the IP-20. Designed to meet the constantly evolving needs of network operators, Ceragon’s IP-20 is a service-centric, SDN-ready wireless platform containing a rich product line for backhaul and fronthaul. Built around a powerful software-defined engine, the IP-20 platform supports any radio transmission technology mix, any network topology and any configuration.

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Serving the entire hauling ecosystem – from small cells, through super-sized macro cells in the aggregation layer, to hybrid TDM/IP trunk solutions for high capacity backbones – the platform provides a common, programmable architecture for all of Ceragon’s next-generation FibeAir® and Evolution products.  A new high-performance operating system, CeraOS, provides a complete set of service-centric features and performance-boosting capabilities across the entire IP-20 product series. CeraOS creates a cohesive, easy to operate and simple to manage approach for building, expanding and maintaining wireless backhaul and fronthaul networks.

“The IP-20 platform sets a new industry benchmark for microwave-based backhaul and fronthaul solutions,” said Ira Palti, President and CEO of Ceragon Networks. “This game-changing technology reinforces our position as the number 1 wireless hauling specialist. With the IP-20 platform, our customers can smoothly transition to 4G/LTE/LTE-A, while preparing for future SDN architectures.”

The IP-20 product series has already been successfully deployed with selected customers around the world.

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