China OKs Redline Gizmo

Redline's AN-50 fixed wireless product receives regulatory approval from Chinese Government

December 2, 2002

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HONG KONG -- Redline Communications Inc., an innovative provider of next-generation broadband fixed wireless equipment, today reported it has received Chinese government regulatory approval of Redline's award-winning AN-50 broadband fixed wireless product. The announcement comes from the ITU Telecom Asia 2002 conference and exhibition. The AN-50 has been certified for use by the Peoples' Republic of China Ministry of Information Industry (CMII). With this certification, the AN-50 can be sold throughout China, with Redline customers citing the CMII number 2002AJ1172 for import activities. "We're obviously thrilled to receive regulatory approval so quickly," said Keith Doucet, Redline's Vice President of Marketing. "China is an extremely important market for us, as its telecommunications industry is absolutely booming. The infrastructure there will benefit greatly from our AN-50, which offers exceptional data rates, non-line-of-sight capability and superior robustness against interference." Doucet added the AN-50, which operates in the 5.8 GHz band, is especially compelling for the Chinese market following the recent decision to regulate 2.4 GHz systems for indoor operations only, leaving carriers and Internet service providers to seek an alternative solution to meet their outdoor fixed wireless applications. Redline will be in Hong Kong as part of the "Team Canada Pavilion" of the ITU Telecom Asia 2002 show (Dec. 2-7). Redline's booth number is 2101-009. Redline Communications Inc.

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