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Redline M2M deal its ‘largest’ to date, firm says

Redline Communications, a provider of broadband wireless offerings for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, recently said it received its largest contract to date for a wireless oilfield network installation.


April 17, 2013  


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Redline Communications, a provider of broadband wireless offerings for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, recently said it received its largest contract to date for a wireless oilfield network installation.

The contract from an existing oil and gas customer involves a wireless private network for communications between wells, assets, drilling rigs, and their centralized control offices. The intent, according to Redline, is to bring the field to the office and the office to the field.

Delivery of products and services associated with the contract begins immediately and management expects full deployment of the network to take between 18 and 24 months. 

Redline’s wireless broadband system allows personnel to securely remotely monitor and control oilfield production including the ability to capture data in real time from thousands of M2M sensors at remote sites.

The Virtual Fiber network will be built using Redline’s nomadic RAS platform, RDL-3000 and eLTE-MT systems.