Baylin Technologies announces receipt of purchase order totalling $2M from US carrier
The AWT equipment will be used to connect remote communities in rural parts of the United States via C-Band satellite communications.
Technology / IIoT
TORONTO — Baylin Technologies Inc., a global wireless technology management company, announces on Feb. 3, that its subsidiary, Advantech Wireless Technologies Inc. (AWT), has received purchase orders totaling over $2 million dollars for its Redundant Frequency Converters and Redundant Solid-State Amplifiers from a major US telecom carrier.
The AWT equipment will be used to connect remote communities in rural parts of the United States via C-Band satellite communications. This hardware will allow internet connections to provide critical communication services, including life-saving emergency dispatch for medical incidents, fire services, 5G and 4G LTE communications and local Wi-Fi communications.
Baylin’s President and CEO, Randy Dewey, commented, “This is a long-standing customer relationship and we are delighted our products are required for this important project. It is rewarding to know that the technology our company designs and manufactures provides lifesaving and critical communications around the world.”