Worldmax Deploys Ceragon

Ceragon boosts backhaul capacity for Worldmax's WiMax network

October 7, 2008

1 Min Read

TEL AVIV -- Ceragon Networks Ltd. (NASDAQ and TASE: CRNT), a leading provider of high-capacity wireless backhaul solutions, today announced that Worldmax, a competitive WiMAX operator in the Netherlands, utilizes its FibeAir® IP solutions in one of Europe's first commercial WiMAX networks. Ceragon powers Worldmax's network with up to 400Mbps of traffic aggregation capacity, enabling smooth transmission of fast internet and a variety of multimedia services. With this recent deployment Worldmax joins more than forty WiMAX operators and service providers worldwide who are already using Ceragon's solutions for high-capacity backhaul applications.

Worldmax launched its new WiMAX network in June 2008 and currently offers high-end data services throughout the city of Amsterdam. The operator plans to eventually expand its independent wireless network and provide nationwide coverage.

"Ceragon's wireless Ethernet solutions offer the highest over-the-air capacities and ensure constant delivery of high-bandwidth services even during peak times," said a Worldmax company official. "With the help of Ceragon, we were able to set up our backhaul network in record time."

Ceragon Networks Ltd. (Nasdaq: CRNT)

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