Redline Brings a Wireless Information Superhighway to Rural Ontario

-- Company to provide wireless radio access network to Oxford County residents --

TORONTO, May 21 /CNW/ - Redline Communications Group Inc. ("Redline") (TSX: RDL), a leading provider of WiMAX and broadband wireless infrastructure (BWI) products, today announced that Execulink Telecom, a Canadian Service Provider, has selected Redline for the wireless portion of Execulink Telecom's network, which will offer high speed internet service to more than 100,000 of Oxford County's rural and suburban residents.

The contract includes the deployment of Redline's RedMAX Base Stations which will provide last mile connectivity to the project. With Redline's RedMAX, Execulink will be able to deliver affordable high speed internet access to even the most remote residents, ensuring that all citizens can enjoy the most advanced internet services.

Providing ubiquitous access across all of Oxford County, an area that exceeds 2000 square kilometers, is the result of the work of the Rural Oxford Connections project, which was created in August 2009 to help fulfill the Ontario government's desire to have broadband services offered to all corners of the province.

"Execulink and Redline were chosen for this project after an extensive evaluation and public bid where many different solutions were considered," stated Jonathan E. Scott, Chief Financial Officer & Vice President of Operations at Execulink Telecom. "Redline was the clear choice for a radio partner, because of their products' coverage, capacity, speed of deployment, and fast return-on-investment; all of which will result in delivering the best service for the people of Oxford County."

"Redline is very pleased to be part of a project that will bring high speed access to more citizens. We want to see Canada with the deepest penetration of affordable broadband access, and projects like this one demonstrate that it can be done" says Eric Melka, Acting CEO, Redline Communications, Inc. "Our RedMAX line of access radios has reached a level of maturity that allows them to be deployed quickly and economically regardless of geography - which translates into more access more quickly."

About Redline Communications

Redline Communications ( is a leading provider of advanced wireless broadband products with more than 150,000 installations in 130 countries, and a global network of over 150 partners. Redline's experience and expertise helps service providers, enterprises and government organizations roll out wireless broadband networks to cost-effectively deliver high-bandwidth services, including video, voice and data communications. Redline award-winning infrastructure products include The AN80i and RDL 2000, which support its continued commitment to maintaining its wireless industry leadership with the development advanced products.

About Execulink Telecom

Execulink Telecom has been a leader in the telecommunications industry for more than 100 years. Execulink offers a full range of communication services including internet, local and Voice over IP telephone, long distance and fibre connectivity to business, government and residential customers. The company was founded in 1904 and is based in Burgessville, Ontario with additional offices in Kitchener, London and Thedford serving customers in Southwestern Ontario and across Canada.

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SOURCE Redline Communications Group Inc.

For further information: For further information: Redline Communications: Duval Yeager,, Tel: (905) 479-8344 x2654; Equicom Group: Craig Armitage, Kristen Dickson,,, Tel: (416) 815-0700

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