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(gĭvätä`yĭm), town (1994 pop. 46,500), W central Israel, a residential suburb of Tel Aviv. It was the first Jewish workers' development in Palestine in the 1920s. Industries include printing and food processing.
Network solutions provider Ciena Corporation (Nasdaq:CIEN) said on Monday that it and its BizConnect Platinum partner Telrad, have been selected by Cal (Israel Credit Cards Ltd), a credit company in Israel, to build a high-capacity, low-latency private optical network connecting its new data centre in Yehud to its main facilities in Giv'atayim.