Ceragon signs $4.2M contract with City of Cincinnati for public safety network upgrade

Ceragon Networks has signed a multi-year contract with the City of Cincinnati to upgrade its public safety network for up to $4.2 million over several years.

The contract includes a multi-technology, multi-service solution that provides a modernized backhaul and routing solution, as well as a long-term maintenance and support plan, says Ceragon.

Ceragon is providing turnkey services for the design, architecture, equipment, rollout, and integration of the solution.

[Image courtesy: City of Cincinnati]

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