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News | 05/04/2005 4:00 am EDT

Redline introduces WiMAX-based product family
Redline Communications has introduced its RedMAX family of WiMAX-compliant base stations, subscriber units and backhaul equipment. The Toronto-based company plans to present these products for WiMAX certification this July. The RedMAX line of products include: the AN-100U, serving as both a base station and backhaul equipment, the RedMAX SU-O subscriber unit, and the RedMAX NMS, a network management system. Majed Sifri, Redline’s president and CEO, said in a news release that the products can be used in either a point-to-point or point-to-multipoint network configuration. "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 pushing out our core products to deliver the benefits of our 3rd generation OFDM technology for their ‘last mile’ access networks," he said.

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