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|Headquarters||Tel Aviv, |
|CEO: Doron Arazi|
|Revenue||US$ 285.6 million (2019)|
|US$ 7.3 million (2019)|
|US$ 2.34 million (2019)|
Number of employees
Ceragon Networks Ltd. is a networking equipment vendor, focused on wireless point-to-point connectivity, mostly used for wireless backhaul by mobile operators and wireless service providers as well as private businesses.
Ceragon's solutions include Short-Haul and Long-Haul wireless point-to-point systems in licensed microwave licensed spectrum (4–42 GHz) and millimeter-wave (57–88 GHz and, in the future - up to 170 GHz) spectrum range.
Established in 1996 under the name “Giganet”, Ceragon Networks was first listed on the NASDAQ on September 6, 2000 (symbol: CRNT).
Ceragon designs and manufactures high-capacity communication systems for wireless backhaul, midhaul and fronthaul – addressing the segment of the cellular market that connects a typical cell sites to an operator's core network (backhaul) and different cell site functions that reside in sperate geographical locations (midhaul and fronthaul). Ceragon provides wireless equipment with capacities of up to 20Gbps and plans to add products, based on higher frequency bands, to support up to 100Gbps.
Ceragon markets its products under the IP-20 and IP-50 brands. Ceragon has a customer base of over 230 service providers of all sizes, and hundreds of private networks in more than 130 countries across the globe.
Ceragon has numerous sales offices located throughout North and South America, EMEA and Asia, handling direct sales. Partnerships with leading distributors, VARs and system integrators around the world provide an active indirect channel. Its US headquarters was opened in 1999 and its European headquarters in 2000.
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