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New Telewave AID (Assistance in Disaster) Relief Program Offers Recovery Support

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SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 31, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Telewave, Inc. a leading provider of premium quality wireless, land mobile radio RF systems, telecom test and measurement equipment, and engineering services, today launched Telewave AID (Assistance in Disaster), a philanthropic relief program designed to offset loss or damage to communications systems due to extreme weather, natural disaster or other catastrophe.

Designed for the telecom community at large, its intent is to help companies, municipalities, organizations and government entities accelerate their telecommunication systems' recovery from severe damage. Telewave has created a global community of like-minded partners, system integrators, volunteers, philanthropist and distributors to facilitate badly needed relief worldwide.

"Telewave products are integral to the global telecom network. In mission critical and time sensitive applications, first responders can't afford any communication failures," said Telewave CEO Robert Bagheri in announcing the initiative. "And as a decades-long market leader, we're mindful of the responsibilities associated with proper corporate stewardship. The need is greater than ever, as demonstrated by the recent catastrophic California wildfires and this season's hurricanes. So whether from fire, water, wind, or a man-made cause, where there is extreme need, Telewave is here to help offset the disaster."

The Telewave Assistance in Disaster (AID) relief program offers discounts on products and services to qualified recipients whose communications equipment, facility systems and/or telecom infrastructure have been damaged through extreme natural or man-made events. With support from its network of strategic partners, system integrators, experienced installers, test and measurement experts, and volunteers, Telewave will implement its world-famous durable and rugged products to accelerate recovery paths. In some cases the company may even donate products or services outright. Qualifying events and circumstances include: wildfire, hurricanes and flooding, tornadoes, blizzards, extreme icing, industrial accidents or other hazards, such as those generated through acts of terrorism.

"In telecommunications, it is literally true that we're all in this together," noted Bagheri. "All components of a communications system must work, and they must work in concert. We're proud of our contributions, and that through this program Telewave can extend help to ensure community resilience."

Telewave AID will draw from the wide range of end applications the company offers, including uses for public safety, the military, hospitals, utilities, transportation and many arenas where wireless communication infrastructure and support are critical to community health and safety. Integral to the offering will be Telewave's latest addition-- its entry-level cost sensitive indoor Distributed Antenna System (iDAS), available Q1 of 2019.

About Telewave
Telewave designs and manufactures high quality RF system products. It serves wireless system operators, public safety providers, local and state governments, and federal agencies in the United States and internationally. The company was founded in 1972 and is based in San Jose, California. Telewave strives to be the premier supplier of seamless interoperable communication systems that provide security and reliability in mission critical eco-systems for both commercial and military applications worldwide. Telewave products are used by more than 7,500 equipment and network manufacturers and government agencies throughout the world.

To request assistance from the Telewave AID program visit http://www.telewaveaid.com

For more information about, or to purchase the iDAS, or any other Telewave products or services, contact your Telewave sales representative, or contact Telewave directly – web http://www.telewave.com, phone 1-800-331-3396 Option 1, or email sales@telewave.com.

 

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