Israeli telecom firm Ceragon plans to open a research and development center in Romania, where it wants to make a ‘considerable investment’, according to its announcement. The company offers wireless backhaul services, supplying mobile telephony operators, as well as cable and wireless services suppliers the technology to deliver 2G/3G and 4G services to their clients.
Ceragon is part of RAD group, a family of of independent companies that develop, manufacture and market solutions for different segments of the networking and telecommunications industry.
Ceragon Romania will launch its R&D center on September 11.
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