Glentel Showcases Wireless Communications Solutions
Burnaby, British Columbia Ė September 22, 2008 Ė Glentel Inc. (TSX: GLN), a leading
provider of innovative and reliable wireless communications solutions in North America, will showcase its advanced and integrated wireless communications solutions at the Western Canada Water and Wastewater Associationís (WCWWA) 60th Anniversary Conference in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Glentelís Business Division is focused on providing integrated wireless solutions to public safety, government and business customers. The divisionís growth can be attributed to the strength of the oil and gas industry in northern British Columbia and Alberta, the maturing of certain industry segment opportunities, and the increased points of presence through acquisitions.
Glentel will feature mobile satellite solutions along with its satellite network at the WCWWA. Glentel solutions will be displayed at Booth #126 on Tuesday, September 23, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Wednesday, September 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Glentelís Business Division, with 17 branches across Canada, provides complete wireless solutions. These solutions include designing and commissioning wireless networks for commercial applications in three core areas: terrestrial radio systems, satellite network services, and advanced mobile solutions. Glentel is a national broadband system provider and a Motorola Authorized Mobile Broadband Partner.
Glentel offers a full range of mobile satellite solutions using Mobile Satellite Ventures (MSV) MSAT satellite network. Whether an organization requires mobile satellite phones for vehicles, a satellite dispatch network, a low rate packet data communications system or a fixed site terminal, Glentel supplies organizations with a turnkey solution.
Glentel has been providing reliable Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) services with its Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) satellite network since 1995. This robust network has been supporting large-scale distributed measurement and control systems for some of the largest oil and gas pipeline companies in North America, connecting hundreds of remote sites in the harshest of environments, where traditional terrestrial infrastructure does not exist. The company recently completed the installation of a new state-of-the-art VSAT satellite hub in Edmonton, offering SCADA services to customers in North America.