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Reader Forum: Small cells for faster time to revenue, lower deployment opex

There has been a lot of talk about small cell deployments in the past years. These low-powered, wireless radio access nodes are designed to be installed locally in cities’ dense, high-traffic environment to augment macro cells. They promise greater capacity, better signal quality –...

Ceragon upgrading LatAm backhaul for 4G LTE

Latin American mobile network operators spending big on 4G LTE rollouts In support of the expansion of 4G LTE in Latin America, U.S.-based Ceragon Networks is working with a tier one operator to upgrade 3G backhaul networks to support 4G LTE. Ceragon did not name the...

Ceragon expanding wireless backhaul in Africa

Tier 1 African operator using Ceragon to build backbone network New Jersey-based Ceragon Networks is working on a $4 million project to expand the wireless backhaul capabilities of a tier one African mobile network operator in which Ceragon will provide its IP-20 platform for long-haul data...

Telecom Software: Partnerships – AT&T & Amdocs, Verizon & Oracle

Welcome to our weekly wrap-up of telecom software news. Partnerships abound this week as it seems like everybody's shaking hands with everybody to create some great deals. AT&T was especially busy on this front, furthering its partnership with Amdocs for its connected car program,...

Ceragon launches new platform for hetnet backhaul

Wireless backhaul provider Ceragon Networks unveiled a new platform for high-capacity backhaul designed to serve heterogeneous networks while integrating software-defined networking readiness. The IP-20 "supports any radio transmission mix, any network topology and any configuration," according to Ceragon, from small cells to macro cells and...

Aruba Networks, others cite delayed deployments in results

Aruba Networks, Inc. said that that it expects its revenues for the quarter ended April 30 to fall below its guidance, citing delays in customer orders. “In April, we saw a push out in customer orders across the Americas, Europe and Asia," said Dominic Orr,...

Ruckus sees network delays; Ceragon looks ahead to network transitions

Wi-Fi company Ruckus Wireless' revenues jumped 27% year-over-year to $57.2 million, but the company had expected even more and cited delayed deployments for not meeting its guidance for the first quarter of 2013. Net income on a GAAP-basis was $300,000, down from $3.7 million in...

Ceragon cites operator hesitation on backhaul investment for weak quarter

Despite a backhaul market that is supposed to be booming, wireless backhaul provider Ceragon Networks released preliminary quarterly results that did not meet the low end of its guidance, citing hesitation among operators to commit investment to backhaul, among other reasons. "It is taking longer...

Ceragon’s major step in HetNet vision aims to meet growing capacity demand

The wireless backhaul company Ceragon Networks announced a major step toward its HetNet  (heterogeneous networks) vision with the launch of a new generation of packet radio solutions, FibeAir IP-20C. The company is betting on potential changes in connectivity and communication over the next 12 to...

Capital Markets: Ceragon acquires NERA; Qualcomm invests in ChaCha; and more

Ceragon Networks announced it has acquired NERA Networks,provider of long-distance microwave links. The $48.5 million buyout will double Ceragon's size, product portfolio and geographic reach. With the acquisition, Ceragon will be able to provide solutions and services to customers to deal with the rising...

Bits and Bytes: ID-WiBB simplifies roaming; TNS creates CDMA roaming hub; and more

ID-WiBB, a non-profit organization created to encourage broadband interoperability in Indonesia, launched an Indonesian broadband roaming facility to serve wireless broadband service providers in the region. The initiative will enable roaming between WiMAX and Wi-Fi and potentially LTE operators in the future.Transaction Network Services...

Contracts: ZTE wins WiMAX deal in Portugal; Alvarion snags Cameroon contract; and more

ZTEPortugal: With ZAPP.PT to deploy a 4G/WiMAX network, including WiMAX and CDMA2000 EV-DO Rev. B network equipment, core network equipment and services.Value: $30.7 millionAlvarionCameroon: With 4G Africa AG to deploy a mobile WiMAX network in Douala and Yaounde.Value: UndisclosedCeragonNigeria: With Internet service provider Direct...

Contracts: Andrew equips Chinese railway; Choice chooses DragonWave for backhaul; and more

Following are infrastructure contracts announced during the past week:AndrewChina: With the Taiyuan-Zhongwei-Yinchuan high-speed railway to provide a coverage and system for essential wireless communications in the Shanxi province for the new 900 kilometer line that links East and West China.Value: UndisclosedDragonWaveU.S. Virgin Islands: With...

Movers and Shakers: Kagan named CFO at Ceragon; Letson to lead Calrec’s Western sales

Ceragon Networks named Tsipi Kagan chief financial officer effective Nov. 1. She replaces Tali Idan who will remain with Ceragon in a financial advisory capacity. Most recently, Kagan was CFO at Xjet Ltd.David Letson has been named regional director of sales for the western...

Contracts: Barrett Xplore chooses Alvarion; Ceragon provides backhaul in Russia; and more

Following are infrastructure contracts announced during the past week:AlvarionCanada: With Barrett Xplore Inc. to deploy a national 4G network, including subscriber devices and professional services, that will allow the carrier to offer new services to existing customers and to expand into new service areas.Value:...

Contracts: Ceragon supplies backhaul system for Globacom; and more

Following are infrastructure contracts announced during the past week:CeragonNigeria: With Globacom Nigeria to provide its FibeAir IP-10 solution for voice and data backhaul.Value: UndisclosedAlcatel-LucentSri Lanka: With Etisalat Lanka to boost the carrier's GSM/EDGE network capacity and coverage and build its 3G HSPA+ wireless all-IP...

Contracts: Ceragon wins India backhaul deal; NSN equips Movistar Chile; and more

Exalt CommunicationsUnited States: With Northeast Missouri Electric Power Cooperative for advanced microwave backhaul systems to support both TDM and Ethernet traffic.Value: UndisclosedCeragon India: With an undisclosed operator to provide its FibeAir mobile backhaul equipment to facilitate the carrier's network expansion.Value: UndisclosedMotorolaUnited States: With the...

Infrastructure Awards: Ceragon and Nokia Siemens Networks

Following are infrastructure contracts announced during the past weekCeragonPhilippines: With Digitel Mobile Philippines to expand the carrier's mobile backhaul network.Value: $9 millionNokia Siemens NetworksIndonesia: With PT Indosat Tbk to enhance the carrier's network to provide faster broadband services. The company is providing its 3G...

The Infrastructure Ecosystem : The cornerstone for today's wireless communications networks

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in RCR Wireless News' January Special Edition Wireless Infrastructure: The Engine for Economic Recovery. Look for our March Special Edition, coming soon.Wireless networks are the cornerstone of the wireless industry. These capital-intensive investments are a key building...

Financial ratings wrap-up: MetroPCS, Motorola, Freescale and more

The following list includes ratings changes and financial information for wireless companies announced this week by investment-banking and financial-services firms.Carriers--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services assigned its 'B" rating to MetroPCS Wireless Inc.'s proposed $300 million senior notes due 2014. The firm also affirmed its...

Infrastructure awards wrap-up: Ceragon and ZTE

The following list details this week's infrastructure awards for the cellular, Wi-Fi, and WiMAX industries. The contracts are broken down by transmission technology, country and vendor. The value of the contract is included when available.Cellular--China: China Telecom chose ZTE to provide equipment for the...

Infrastructure awards wrap-up: Alvarion, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nortel and more

The following list details this week's infrastructure awards for the cellular, Wi-Fi, and WiMAX industries. The contracts are broken down by transmission technology, country and vendor. The value of the contract is included when available.Cellular--Italy: Telecom Italia has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks as one...

Financial ratings wrap-up: AT&T, Verizon, Syniverse and more

The following list includes ratings changes and financial information for wireless companies announced this week by investment-banking and financial-services firms.Carrier--Standard & Poor's withdrew its corporate credit rating on Total Access Communication, the second-largest cellular provider in Thailand, at the company's request. Prior to the...

Infrastructure awards wrap-up: Nokia Siemens Networks, Ceragon and DragonWave

The following list details this week's infrastructure awards for the cellular, Wi-Fi, and WiMAX industries. The contracts are broken down by transmission technology, country and vendor. The value of the contract is included when available.Cellular--China: China Mobile Communications entered a frame agreement with Nokia...

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