Redline Communications secures multiple contract wins in the Middle East oil and gas sector

Mike Edwards   

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Richard Yoon, president and CEO of Redline Communications.

Redline Communications Group of Markham, ON, a provider of mission-critical data infrastructure for remote and harsh environments, has announced it has secured multiple new contracts, solution expansions and services wins from multiple oil and gas customers in the Middle East.

Recently, Redline has secured three new customer contracts in the United Arab Emirates and Oman, along with one new RedCare service agreement with a current customer in Qatar that provides performance assurance. In addition, four current customers in the region have chosen to expand their mission-critical solution sets with Redline.

“We are excited about our traction with oil and gas customers in the Middle East,” comments Richard Yoon, president and CEO of Redline Communications.

“Clients continue to recognize our ability to provide mission-critical broadband data infrastructure for some of the most complex and dynamic operating environments in some of the harshest locations in the world, and we look forward to helping industry leaders within this region to continue to digitally transform their operations.”

Redline networks are used by oil and gas companies onshore and offshore, mining companies on surface and underground operations, distribution utilities for last mile broadband, municipalities to remotely monitor infrastructure, and by specialized telecom service providers to deliver premium services. Hundreds of businesses worldwide are said to rely on Redline to engineer, plan, and deliver ruggedized, secure and reliable networks for their IoT, voice, data, and video communications needs.


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