Redline Wins in Chile

Comunicacion y Telefonia Rural has chosen Redline's RedConnex AN-50e to expand its wireless broadband network in five cities in south of Chile

January 21, 2008

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TORONTO -- Redline Communications GroupInc. (TSX and AIM: RDL), a leading provider of standards-based WiMAX accessand broadband wireless infrastructure products, today announced thatComunicacion y Telefonia Rural S.A. (CTR) of Chile, a leading ruraltelecommunications company, has chosen Redline's award-winningRedCONNEX(TM) AN-50e to expand its wireless broadband network in fivecities of south of Chile, increasing its subscriber base by 30%.

CTR chose the high-performance RedCONNEX AN-50e to serve as thebackbone for its expanded network as part of its plan to improve itsnational telecommunications infrastructure in Chile. The RedCONNEX(TM)products provide long-rang, high-capacity wireless backhaul for thecompany's existing satellite and wireless access infrastructure, enablingCTR to deliver greater quality of services to more users.

"CTR has established a large and loyal customer base by providing ourcustomers reliable data services," said Rene Catalan, Network Manager,Comunicacion y Telefonia Rural S.A. "We chose Redline's provenRedCONNEX(TM) product family for its ability to deliver reliable,low-latency connections so our customers can enjoy real-time data and voiceapplications. With Redline's AN-50e, we know our customers, especiallythose in rural communities, will receive the most reliable and advancedcommunications available."

"With the privatization of the telecom industry in Chile, CTRrecognized an opportunity to increase its presence in this now highlycompetitive environment, by upgrading the capacity of its current networkand expanding its reach into new cities," said Kevin Suitor, VicePresident, Marketing and Business Development, Redline Communications Inc."The AN-50e is the perfect solution for CTR; it will enable it to expandits network, while continuing to provide quality access to its current andnew customers."

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