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Hytec selects REdline iLTE for private industrial LTE solution

Redline iLTE is a comprehensive suite of private LTE products and solutions that combine to deliver a secure, flexible, scalable, and durable mobile data infrastructure.

July 8, 2021  by CM Staff

TORONTO — Redline Communications Group Inc., a provider of industrial wireless data infrastructure solutions for mission-critical applications, announced on Jul. 8 that Hytec, a mission-critical markets systems integrator in Japan, has selected Redline iLTE for its Private Industrial LTE (iLTE) solution.

Redline iLTE is a comprehensive suite of private LTE products and solutions that combine to deliver a secure, flexible, scalable, and durable mobile data infrastructure that can be rapidly deployed anywhere. In Japan, operators utilize a “layer cake” spectrum approach, aggregating multiple frequency bands into data lanes that provide faster speeds. With this approach, users with modern devices can simultaneously access disparate spectrum bands, enabling better speeds and a vastly improved user experience.

“Redline iLTE was designed for industrial purposes and provides Hytec with a unique, turnkey approach to private LTE solutions complete with rapid deployment and ease of management capabilities,” states Reno Moccia, Redline Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We pride ourselves on delivering custom, end-to-end solutions in the private LTE space and helping to support the growth of global leaders such as Hytec. We are committed to ensuring success at every level for Hytec.”

“We were introduced to Redline’s cutting-edge technologies, including its private LTE products and services in 2019,” states Norihito Asao, President and CEO of Hytec. “We partnered with Redline and collaborated to develop a customized LTE solution package that aligned with our business and market needs as we build networks for defense, utilities, municipalities, factories and more in Japan and our other key markets. We look forward to collaborating on our 5G technology roadmap.”

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