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Press Release -- July 25th, 2012
Source: Comba Telecom
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Comba Telecom Supplies 3G Wireless Equipment to Enable Mobile Coverage in Chile’s Santiago Metro System

Hong Kong, 25 July 2012) - Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Limited (“Comba Telecom” or “the Group”, Hong Kong stock code: 2342), a global leading wireless solutions provider, announced it is supplying equipment to a wireless enhancement project for a major mobile operator at Chile’s Metro de Santiago (“Santiago Metro”), the most extensive metro system in South America.

The project calls for the development of a wireless system to enable 3G coverage for passengers travelling within the metro stations and tunnels. Working with a local systems integrator, Comba Telecom is supplying passive products, antennas, and other accessories to the project. The systems integrator is implementing a wireless solution using Comba Telecom’s equipment along with Node Bs to enable a seamless 3G data and voice network covering the Santiago Metro system which includes 5 lines, 108 stations and over 100 kilometers of tunnels and track.

Mr. Patrik Westfalk, Managing Director of the Caribbean and Latin America region said, “We are pleased to be one of the equipment suppliers for this project. We have a wealth of experience in supplying products and solutions for metro systems around the world such as Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, Yerevan Metro in Armenia and Shenzhen Metro in China. Therefore, by deploying our products, our partner is assured of proven product quality and will be well-equipped to provide a robust 3G network solution for the Santiago Metro system.”

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