Thien Phuc Equipment Picks Redline for Remote Connectivity

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Redline Communications Group Inc., a provider of mission-critical data infrastructure for remote and harsh environments, announced that Thien Phuc Equipment Material Company Limited has selected Redline’s Virtual Fiber® solution to support operations for a leading oil and gas exploration enterprise located in Vietnam.

Redline’s award-winning RDL-3000 solution will be deployed to deliver high-capacity, high-speed, long-range wireless connectivity to nine remote exploration and production fields operating in the South China Sea.

Redline provides powerful connectivity solutions for enterprises to safely and reliably operate in challenging locations

“Redline’s RDL-3000 provides the highly-ruggedized, low-latency and high-capacity data infrastructure solution that this enterprise requires for its dynamic operations in the South China Sea,” comments Richard Yoon, CEO of Redline Communications. “Redline is proud to provide powerful and comprehensive connectivity solutions that allow enterprises to safely and reliably operate in some of the most isolated and challenging locations.”

“For this particular leader in the execution of oil and gas projects in Vietnam, it was imperative for us to source a partner for this project that would provide reliable, high-performing wireless connectivity solutions with products designed for usage in isolated locations,” states Mr. Nguyen Huu Cuong, Director of Thien Phuc Equipment Material Company Limited. “We found that Redline easily met these requirements via its RDL-3000 solution that provides secure, reliable, high-speed connectivity in challenging environments, backed by the team’s expertise working in the oil and gas industry.”

Redline Communications designs and manufactures powerful wide-area wireless networks for mission-critical applications in challenging locations. Redline networks are used by Oil & Gas companies onshore and offshore, Mining companies on surface and underground operations, by municipalities to remotely monitor infrastructure, and by specialized telecom service providers to deliver premium services.