Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Mozambique's mcel Picks Ceragon for Wireless Backhaul

Ceragon Networks announced a multi-million dollar contract to supply its microwave systems to Mobile Cellular (mcel), the largest mobile telephone operator in Mozambique. Ceragon will provide a turnkey solution, with complete radio planning for the backbone network, and an on-site survey to detail all link specifications. Ceragon's solutions will form a microwave backbone link that joins the central part of Mozambique to the southern part, from the city of Beira to the capital city of Maputo. The Ceragon microwave network, which will span 1000 km (620 miles), will provide secure and reliable wireless transport, ensuring service to the operator's approximately 4 million mobile subscribers.


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