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Redline Communications: Reaching those hard-to-reach places others can’t

Redline Communications: Reaching those hard-to-reach places others can’t

Guruprasad Padmanabhan, Vice President for Business Development for the Middle East and Africa (MEA) at Redline Communications, said: “We reach connectivity to places where traditional connectivity is not possible."

A leading provider of wide-area wireless networks is concentrating on those parts of the Middle East that are hard to reach.
Redline Communications, which operates throughout the region, is focusing on servicing those areas that are considered to be the most challenging.
Guruprasad Padmanabhan, Vice President for Business Development for the Middle East and Africa (MEA) at Redline Communications, said: “We reach connectivity to places where traditional connectivity is not possible.
“Where fibre is not feasible to be laid or is very expensive and time consuming, we connect places very quickly, very cost effectively. In fact, we have the lowest total cost of ownership in the industry when it comes to building broadband wireless networks.”
“We actually extend connectivity where traditional telecom providers would find it very cost prohibitive to extend connectivity to low density areas.
“For example, if you have a village where there are only 100 people, you wouldn’t spend five million dollars to actually build wireless infrastructure there.
“What we do is we take our end-to-end technologies, which have the lowest total cost of ownership, to actually bring connectivity to such places.
“We reach places where nobody else can, for example, we extend connectivity to every little nook and corner in the ‘digital oilfield’.”
The company has recently signed a partnership agreement with the SOCIUS Group to develop infrastructure expanding into new sectors such as communications packages for venues like golf courses, marinas and construction sites.
SOCIUS Group will focus on establishing Redline’s presence in the UAE market with a specific focus around those locations.
The company plans to scale the business through 2018 into the other GCC countries and then identify wider opportunities within EMEA.