Ceragon Extends CYTA

Ceragon Networks' high-capacity products further extend Cyprus Telecommunications Authority's (CYTA) network

September 22, 2004

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TEL AVIV -- Ceragon Networks Ltd. (NASDAQ: CRNT), www.ceragon.com, a global provider of high-capacity broadband wireless systems, today announced that Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (CYTA), the national incumbent service provider, is deploying its FibeAir(TM) products as part of a project to extend CYTA's network. The first phase of this four-year project is already under way.

CYTA is installing Ceragon's high-capacity, 7 GHz low frequency SDH radio links which will serve to provide the full range of voice and data services by extending CYTA's fiber-based broadband network. The project involves deploying Ceragon's FibeAir HSB (hot standby) and FD (frequency diversity) radio links and PolyView(R), Ceragon's centralized network management and monitoring software solution.

CYTA has set strict requirements for this project and has selected Ceragon's FibeAir products through an international open tender procedure.

"Ceragon's technology leadership and cost-saving products were the key factors in CYTA's selection of our FibeAir products, which give incumbent service providers, like CYTA, unprecedented flexibility to better meet their subscribers' needs," said Shraga Katz, President and CEO, Ceragon Networks Ltd. "Ceragon remains focused on meeting service providers' demand for higher capacities and networking capabilities by delivering quicker ROI wireless alternatives to fiber."

Ceragon Networks Ltd.

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