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Advanced Broadband Wireless Technology

Redline's WiMAX System Helps Intel Connect 4 Schools in Malinalco, Mexico

Other Topics: Metropolitan Wi-Fi Mesh Network, Converged Wireless Technology

April 2, 2007

Intel Leverages RedMAX Products to Deliver Broadband Connectivity and Educational Services to Rural Students

Malinalco, Mexico -- Redline Communications Inc., a provider of standards-based WiMAX and broadband wireless infrastructure products, and Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, today announced the successful deployment of Redline’s RedMAX system to establish the advanced WiMAX network in Malinalco, Mexico, located in a mountainous region seventy-seven kilometers south west of Mexico City. The network deployment is part of Intel’s World Ahead Program which improves education by empowering teachers and preparing students for success in the global economy through programs, resources, and the application of advanced broadband wireless technology.
The joint initiative also includes the Union of Entrepreneurs for Educational Technology (UNETE), a Mexican nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of Mexico's public schools by providing computers and training through broadband wireless connectivity and AXTEL, Mexico’s nationwide carrier who offered logistics, implementation services and the 3.5 spectrum required for the project.

“Partnering with public and private organizations like Redline enables Intel to drive WiMAX broadband deployments that will reach cities as well as suburban and rural communities, like Malinalco, that previously were either impossible or too costly for carriers to pursue,” said Pedro Cerecer, Telecom Sector Manager, Intel Corporation. “Redline’s WiMAX system is helping our World Ahead Program to connect the children and teachers of 4 schools in Malinalco to the Internet and to the rest of the world, giving them the tools needed to improve education and prime them for success. This first phase of the Malinalco network deployment has proven to be so successful that UNETE is currently considering an expansion to include additional rural communities across Mexico.”

Redline’s high performance RedMAX AN-100U base station and SU-O outdoor broadband wireless subscriber unit combines to form the WiMAX system that delivers the reliable connectivity needed for this challenging project. The first phase of the network deployment delivers Internet connectivity to 4 rural schools under non line-of-sight (NLOS) conditions with links up to 4 kilometers distance from the base station.

The network overcomes geographically challenging conditions including higher mountain elevation and dense forest location where limited visibility and foliage demanded exceptional NLOS WiMAX performance.

“Redline is very proud to contribute the technology solution that helps bring Internet service to more than 400 students and their teachers in this rural part of Mexico. This represents the latest project in which Redline has joined forces with Intel to deliver advanced broadband services around the globe,” said Kevin Suitor, Vice President, Marketing and Business Development, Redline Communications Inc. “We commend Intel as one of the world’s foremost companies currently leveraging the benefits of WiMAX to deliver Internet connectivity and educational tools to cities, remote regions and to more people worldwide.”

Redline's RedMAX™ Family
Redline's RedMAX family of WiMAX solutions is the world's first complete system to receive the WiMAX Forum Certified™ mark for conformance to the WiMAX standards for performance and interoperability. Redline's carrier-class RedMAX Base Station (AN-100U) supports voice, video, and prioritized data traffic, enabling long-range, high-capacity wireless broadband networks. Redline's WiMAX products also include the RedMAX Indoor Subscriber Unit (SU-I) and Outdoor Subscriber Unit (SU-O) designed for enterprise and residential services. The RedMAX Management Suite enables operators to monitor and control the network, ensuring high service availability. Redline is maintaining its WiMAX leadership with the expansion of its RedMAX family to include products for additional frequency bands, applications and standards.

About Intel Corporation
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Additional information about Intel is available at


AXTEL offers a comprehensive portfolio of integrated telecommunications services across all sectors in Mexico, from the residential market and small to medium sized enterprises (SME’s) to large corporations and governmental entities. It is the country’s leading competitive exchange carrier and the premium provider of IP-based services, including the planning, monitoring, security and operation of custom-designed networks.

AXTEL’s world-class infrastructure integrates complementary wired and wireless access technologies, such as point-to-point and point-to-multipoint links, as well as Mexico's largest competitive fiber optic network to provide converged voice, data and video. Its network is linked to the word’s principal IP backbone, and supports a full suite of advanced Internet Data Center services, such as web hosting and virtual ISP services. Its telecommunications services range from fixed local and long distance telephony to advanced voice and data transmission, Virtual Private Networks (VPN’s), information security, among other value-added solutions tailor-made to fit its customers’ needs, according to their size and type of business. In December 2006 AXTEL acquired Avantel, to become the country’s second-largest integrated fixed-telephony provider and the leading operator of Virtual Private Networks in the country.

About Redline Communications
Redline Communications is the leading provider of standards-based wireless broadband solutions. Redline’s RedMAX™ WiMAX Forum Certified™ systems and award-winning RedCONNEX™ family of broadband wireless infrastructure products enable service providers and other network operators to cost-effectively deliver high-bandwidth services including voice, video and data communications. Redline is committed to maintaining its wireless industry leadership with the continued development of WiMAX and other advanced wireless broadband products. With more than 35,000 installations in 75 countries, and a global network of over 100 partners, Redline's experience and expertise helps service providers, enterprises and government organizations roll out the services and applications that drive their business forward. For more information, visit

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