[WISPA] One Ring Networks of Atlanta, GA Chooses Redline's REDMAXTM Equipment to Support Its WiMAX Network Rollout

2008-01-22 Thread Matt Liotta
One Ring Networks of Atlanta, GA Chooses Redline's REDMAXTM Equipment to 
Support Its WiMAX Network Rollout

One Ring Networks Is Among the First to Launch WiMAX Services in the 
United States With Redline's FCC-Approved 3.65 GHz Products

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - January 22, 2008) - One Ring Networks, an 
end-to-end diverse telecommunications and networking services provider, 
announced today that it has chosen Redline Communications Group Inc. to 
deliver its WiMAX-based services. Redline Communications Group Inc. 
(TSX: RDL) (AIM: RDL) is a leading provider of standards-based WiMAX 
access and broadband wireless infrastructure products. Redline will be 
supplying One Ring with their 3.65 GHz RedMAX™ products to complement 
the company's new service offerings as a result of their newly released 
WiMAX network.

One Ring Networks is one of the first companies in the U.S. to launch 
WiMAX services and will be using Redline's advanced equipment to cover 
the entire Atlanta metro area. The company is deploying the RedMAX 
system under the guidelines set out by the Federal Communications 
Commission (FCC) for the recently available 3.65 GHz licensed spectrum. 
We are excited to utilize Redline's products for our initial WiMAX 
network launch, which is just beginning to break ground in the U.S. 
marketplace, states Matt Liotta, CEO of One Ring Networks. In the 
U.S., Redline is the first WiMAX vendor to receive FCC approval for its 
3.65 GHz WiMAX products, and we are among the first to seize this 
opportunity to deliver the most reliable, secure, high-speed fixed and 
nomadic voice, video and data services to businesses in the Atlanta 
area, says Liotta.

One Ring has sought out a robust WiMAX equipment provider that is 
well-appointed to deliver their WiMAX services on many different levels. 
One specific feature of REDMAX™ is its ability to support the delivery 
of high traffic levels by using its time-division duplexing (TDD). 
Redline has helped carriers around the world to install and deploy 
reliable, profitable WiMAX networks to deliver the advanced services 
their customers need, said Kevin Suitor, Vice President, Marketing  
Business Development, Redline Communications Group Inc. There are now 
more than 130 deployments of our WiMAX Forum Certified RedMAX products 
worldwide, and more than 44 of them are revenue-generating commercial 
networks. As a leading network provider in Atlanta, One Ring will join 
this group of forward-looking companies that are reaping the benefits of 
WiMAX, states Suitor.

About One Ring Networks
One Ring Networks operates one of the largest hybrid fiber-fixed 
wireless networks in the United States and is one of the few carriers 
offering end-to-end telecommunications and networking services that are 
truly diverse. Over its state-of-the-art network, One Ring offers 
high-speed data services and feature-rich IP phone services. For more 
information, visit: www.oneringnetworks.com

About Redline Communications
Redline Communications (www.redlinecommunications.com) 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 75,000 installations in 80 countries, 
and a global network of over 100 partners, Redline's experience and 
expertise helps service providers, enterprises and government 
organizations roll out wireless broadband networks to support advanced 
communications.

For Press Inquiries, please contact:
Suzanne Urash
CRE8 Group, Inc.
813-649-8504



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Re: [WISPA] Multipe POE For REdline AN80

2008-01-22 Thread JohnnyO
gino - i've tried calling !

JohnnyO
337.368.7188


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Subject: [WISPA] Multipe POE For REdline AN80


 Hey Guys

 Im looking for a 6 port POE Injector / Midspan that works with the
 Redline AN80 radios ... any ideas?

 Gino A. Villarini
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[WISPA] Multipe POE For REdline AN80

2008-01-22 Thread Gino Villarini
Hey Guys

Im looking for a 6 port POE Injector / Midspan that works with the
Redline AN80 radios ... any ideas?

Gino A. Villarini
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.
tel  787.273.4143   fax   787.273.4145




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[WISPA] KGI

2008-01-22 Thread chris cooper
Anybody leasing from KGI?  What should I expect - good, bad, give up my
right arm etc?

 

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chris




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Re: [WISPA] KGI

2008-01-22 Thread Mike Hammett
I talked to them once before and their pricing wasn't overly competitive.


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 Anybody leasing from KGI?  What should I expect - good, bad, give up my
 right arm etc?



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Re: [WISPA] KGI

2008-01-22 Thread Mike Bushard, Jr
1500 app fee and monthly rate was not really that great. 800+ per month for
2 omni's and 2 2' dishes.

Mike Bushard, Jr
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Anybody leasing from KGI?  What should I expect - good, bad, give up my
right arm etc?

 

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Re: [WISPA] KGI

2008-01-22 Thread Blake Bowers
You can often find the people who actually own the tower easier
to deal with than KGI.

Talk to the people, make a deal, and have them tell KGI to
write it up.

KGI owns no towers.


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Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2008 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] KGI


 1500 app fee and monthly rate was not really that great. 800+ per month 
 for
 2 omni's and 2 2' dishes.

 Mike Bushard, Jr
 Wireless Network Engineer
 320-256-WISP (9477)
 320-256-9478 Fax



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 Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2008 1:28 PM
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 Anybody leasing from KGI?  What should I expect - good, bad, give up my
 right arm etc?



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