Redline Launches RedMAX

Redline launches RedMAX portfolio of WiMax-based solutions

April 18, 2005

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TORONTO; ONTARIO; and WASHINGTON -- Redline Communications, a leading provider of standards-based broadband wireless equipment, today launched its RedMAX family of IEEE 802.16-2004-compliant products, which it will present for WiMAX certification in July.

The new product family consists of the RedMAX Base Station (AN-100U) - which will interoperate with any WiMAX-certified subscriber unit; RedMAX Subscriber Units - available in both outdoor (RedMAX SU-O) and indoor (RedMAX SU-I) versions; a RedMAX Backhaul solution - based on the AN-100U; and a feature-rich, reliable network management system - the RedMAX NMS.

In addition to upcoming WiMAX certification, the RedMAX Base Station, RedMAX SU-O and RedMAX SU-I are currently being field tested with other equipment manufacturers to ensure interoperability, and with Intel to fine-tune Redline's subscriber units' use of Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 5116 broadband interface to deliver cost-competitive units for general availability in Q4, 2005.

"With the announcement of the RedMAX family, a wide range of clients can be confident in their network designs and deployments, regardless of whether they need point-to-point or point-to-multipoint solutions, in urban or rural geographies, given the flexibility and range of our WiMAX-based portfolio," said Majed Sifri, President and CEO, Redline Communications. "Inherent in this product launch are the high-quality manufacturing and excellent post-sales service and support that continues to delineate Redline from its competition.

"In addition, operators worldwide have recognized Redline's ability to deliver high-availability backhaul links under extremely hostile wireless conditions and they are pleased that we are now pushing out our core products to deliver the benefits of our 3rd generation OFDM technology for their 'last mile' access networks," he added.

Redline Communications Inc.

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