Ceragon Networks, a provider of high-capacity wireless backhaul solutions, has announced it will partner with Alvarion as wireless backhaul equipment provider to deploy a network for Open Range Communications. The new network is planned to be a Rural Utilities Service (RUS)-funded deployment in the United States, spanning 17 states, 546 rural communities, and reaching up to 6 million people. (For more, click here).

Alvarion was recently selected as the WiMAX solution provider for the Open Range 4G network. Alvarion is also acting as the prime system integrator of the project. Ceragon’s high-capacity platforms will be used for backhauling rich voice and multimedia content over a newly constructed wireless IP network.

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