Redline, Rogers Activate WiMax

Redline and Rogers Communications activate WiMax connection in Ontario to deliver live video broadcast to Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco

August 24, 2005

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TORONTO -- Redline Communications, a leading provider of standards-based broadband wireless equipment, today announced it has established a WiMAX wireless connection in Ontario, Canada to deliver a live video broadcast with Rogers Communications executives in Canada to the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on August 23, 2005.

The WiMAX connection was established using Redline's RedMAX equipment, which incorporates the Intel PRO/Wireless 5116 WiMAX modem silicon. The live video broadcast will be transmitted via the WiMAX-based connection that Redline has established in the Muskoka region of Ontario, Canada. The broadcast will be aired as part of the Intel Developer Forum, which will be attended by technology professionals from more than 1,400 companies around the world.

"Rogers is an innovator in the use of advanced wireless technologies to improve communications services for Canadians," said David Robinson, Vice President, Business Implementation, Rogers Communications Inc. "We believe that WiMAX-based products will enable us to extend our networks to more areas and to enhance our broadband Internet services."

"WiMAX delivers the capabilities that major carriers worldwide are seeking for the next generation of broadband connectivity," said Keith Doucet, Vice President, Marketing and Product Management. "Redline has worked closely with Intel to lead the development of WiMAX-based technologies. We are extremely pleased to have this opportunity to showcase our RedMAX equipment to Rogers Communications and to Intel's audiences at the Intel Developers Forum."

Redline Communications Inc.

Rogers Communications Inc.

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