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Sydney, Australia (February 21, 2008)--Riedel Communications, a German-based digital intercom manufacturer and rental service provider, has opened a new office in Sydney, Australia. The company has also released details of what might be the world's largest and most complex temporary intercom installation ever.
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Possibly the biggest and most complex temporary intercom installation ever assembled, at Riedel Communications Rental Headquarter in Wuppertal, Germany.Sydney, Australia (February 21, 2008)--Riedel Communications, a German-based digital intercom manufacturer and rental service provider, has opened a new office in Sydney, Australia. The company has also released details of what might be the world's largest and most complex temporary intercom installation ever.

Riedel's Sydney office is being led by Peter Cochrane, a broadcast and event communications specialist for more than 20 years, and will cover both rental and sales activities for the Australian market. "I've been working with Riedel's digital intercoms now for some years on various projects and I'm pleased to finally join a team that is really dedicated to future technologies,” says Cochrane. “I look forward to developing Riedel's presence in Australia.”

Recently Riedel provided the communications systems for Sydney's New Year's Eve fireworks, the APEC conference in Sydney and supported Gearhouse Broadcast at the Australian Open with additional equipment.

Riedel has also announced details of a massive temporary intercom installation that is destined for the opening and closing ceremonies of a certain major event. The system contains eight Artist digital matrix intercom systems linked via fibre, 80 intercom control panels, 24 system interfaces for the integration of digital partylines, 210 digital partyline beltpacks, 44 RiFace radio repeaters/interfaces, 650 Motorola radios and six FM transmitters as well as 12,000 radio receivers for mass monitoring of the on-field participants.

Riedel Communications Inc.
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