Ceragon Networks (NASDAQ: CRNT) developed broadband microwave radio products for metropolitan area networks (MAN). These products enabled the transfer of up to 155 megabits of data per second over distances of several kilometers. Today, Ceragon engages in the design, development, manufacture, and sale of point-to-point wireless backhaul solutions. Its products include FiberAir IP-10/IP-MAX-G, a high-capacity Ethernet used in WiMAX backhaul, metro area networks, and private networks; and FiberAir 3200T, high-capacity circuit-switched Ethernet.
Exit: Ceragon was previously known as Giganet when it was a private company. It carried out a Nasdaq IPO in August 2000 and subsequently raised $85M.