IT SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
Redline Communications | November 26, 2021
Redline Communications Group Inc. a leading provider of mission-critical data infrastructure for remote and harsh environments, announced today that the company has been selected to provide high-speed, wireless broadband service solutions for one of the largest telecom service providers in the Middle East.
Redline will be deploying its award-winning Virtual Fiber technology to deliver last mile wireless transport and enhance the service providers' over-the-air, ultra high-speed broadband access connections for enterprises across the region.
"Enterprise demands for bandwidth and high-speed broadband are steadily increasing. and Redline offers premier service and hardware solutions for businesses who require reliable, high-speed connectivity for their customers, even in the most remote operating locations,This contract broadens Redline's footprint in the service provider industry and lays the groundwork for more opportunities in this sector and in this region of the world."
Richard Yoon, President and CEO of Redline Communications
Redline secured the three-year contract, valued at over $2.2M USD, after a competitive bid by demonstrating best-in-class reliability, connection and customer service, all at the lowest total cost of ownership. Redline will provide the equipment along with its world-class advanced services.
About Redline Communications
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. Hundreds of businesses worldwide rely on Redline to engineer, plan and deliver ruggedized, secure and reliable networks for their IoT, voice, data, and video communications needs.
prnewswire | November 05, 2020
Huawei Technologies CTO of its Carrier Business Group, Paul Scanlan, will join a roster of global thought leaders and executives at the Financial Times' second annual Global Boardroom event. Hosted virtually November 11 – 13, The Global Boardroom gathers policy-makers, CEOs and investors to address how the post-pandemic world can be made resilient and sustainable. Together global leaders will analyze the impact of the pandemic across economies, industries and markets, determining what is required to shape the recovery. Scanlan will participate in the panel discussion titled, "Tech's Big Moment: Have new forms of infrastructure become critical to business recovery?" on Friday, November 13 at 3 p.m. ET, which will focus on how the overnight switch to remote work put immense pressure and responsibility on new forms of tech infrastructure such as cloud computing and 5G networks.
Equinix | June 14, 2022
Equinix, Inc., the world's digital infrastructure company, and PGIM Real Estate, PGIM, Prudential Financial's worldwide asset management division, today announced the inauguration of SY9x, the first xScale data center in Sydney. This achievement comes after the parties' $575 million joint venture was completed in March 2022.
Equinix's worldwide xScale data center portfolio will be higher than US$8 billion in investment when the joint venture in Australia closes, and it plans to deliver more than 720 megawatts (MW) of power capacity when fully built out. Equinix presently runs nine xScale data centers in all three regions, including SY9x in Sydney, FR9x in Frankfurt, LD11x and LD13x in London, OS2x in Osaka, PA8x and PA9x in Paris, SP5x in SPaulo, and TY12x in Tokyo. In addition, an additional eight xScale constructions are in the works, totaling about 70 MW of extra capacity.
Large-scale digital transformation projects across both the public and commercial sectors are predicted to boost Australia's cloud computing market by 12.5 percent to US$14.1 billion in 2025.  Furthermore, according to Equinix's Global Interconnection Index Volume 5 (GXI Vol. 5), Sydney is expected to have a 43 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for enterprise private interconnection to the cloud and IT providers between 2020 and 2024, making it one of the fastest-growing cities in the Asia-Pacific region.
SY9x, the first of two data centers to be developed and operated under the joint venture with PGIM Real Estate, now has more than 14 MW of power capacity and will have more than 28 MW when fully built out to accommodate the growing demand for cloud-based platforms and services among Australian enterprises.
Hyperscale companies can add core deployments to their existing access point footprints at Equinix International Business ExchangeTM (IBX) data centers by deploying at Equinix xScale data centers, allowing them to grow on a single platform that can span 70 global metros and offer direct interconnection to an ecosystem of more than 10,000 customers.