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Ceragon announces several orders for new quad-carrier, outdoor platform

Wednesday 16 September 2020 | 15:54 CET | News

Ceragon Networks announced that its new quad-carrier all-outdoor platform, based on IP-50C, was selected by multiple service providers in Europe and North America to accelerate 5G network deployments. As an integral part of Ceragon’s IP-50 flexible wireless hauling platform, designed to reduce overall 5G network costs and accelerate network deployment, the IP-50C products help unlock operators’ 5G potential by delivering massive 5G capacity where needed at the smallest footprint ever.

Ceragon said its IP-50C can deliver up to 8Gbps in microwave bands (6GHz – 42GHz) which is optimal for macrocells, where 5G radios are deployed at scale. The IP-50C’s technology, embedded in multicore chipsets, allows operators to leverage microwave bands with newly regulated wide-band channels of up to 224MHz - enabling excellent signal propagation to achieve the most reliable 5G backhaul networks. The combination of wide microwave channels, carrier aggregation and compactness, makes the IP-50C the simplest and fastest-to-deploy 5G wireless backhaul platform for both brownfield and greenfield networks, supporting diverse 5G network modernisation scenarios. 

Several operators who pioneered 5G deployments in their respective countries selected the IP-50C quad-carrier platform for their 5G network design and deployment. With this platform in place, these operators are set to benefit from up to 4Gbps capacity for macrocells connectivity, using a single box all-outdoor configuration – or alternatively 8Gbps in a quad-carrier configuration over recently-regulated ultra-wide 224MHz channels. 



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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ceragon Networks
Countries: Europe / North America
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