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November 27, 2012
05:33 EDTCRNTCeragon receives major wireless network deals totaling $28M
Ceragon Networks announced that it is continuing to expand its footprint in Africa with long-term equipment and services orders from two large customers in sub-Saharan Africa. Totaling $28M, both orders are from existing customers who have already successfully deployed large scale high-capacity wireless backhaul networks throughout the sub-region, based on Ceragon's Evolution and FibeAir solutions. An order of $15M was received for the expansion of a mobile operator's high-capacity network within this rapidly growing mobile market. The other order of $13M was received from an existing mobile customer for Ceragon's short haul and long haul solutions as well as professional services. Both projects are now under way and are expected to be completed over the next 18 months.
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08:07 EDTCRNTCeragon Networks to host business news update conference call
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07:19 EDTCRNTCeragon Networks sees lowering headcount 14% as part of cost-cutting
"We are determined to return Ceragon to profitability as quickly as possible and to preserve our financial flexibility. The positive worldwide reception of our IP-20platform gives us confidence that our geographic revenue mix will improve. Meanwhile, steps are being taken to manage the revenue mix more carefully, and to seek revised pricing, payment and other terms on new orders in certain situations. We are encouraged by initial discussions with our customers in this regard. "In addition, we are making difficult but necessary changes at the operational level to further streamline the management organization, prioritize R&D projects, and improve product cost in order to further improve our competitive position. When fully reflected in our financial results in the second quarter of 2015, we expect to reduce quarterly operating expenses to approximately $21M-$22M from the current level of $26M-$27M. This expense level will be achieved primarily through an immediate headcount reduction of approximately 14%. The reason it is even possible for us to achieve a reduction of this magnitude is the significant time-to-market and technological advantage we have achieved with the IP-20 platform," said Ira Palti, CEO of Ceragon.
07:18 EDTCRNTCeragon Networks sees cutting expenses 17% in 2015 compared to prior year
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