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Riedel - Commonwealth Games

The 2022 edition of the Commonwealth Games, to be held in Birmingham from July 28 to August 8, will feature radio and communications solutions from Riedel.

As the official radio communications provider, Riedel will use its resources and expertise at each of the competitions, including the 16th Queen Elizabeth II Baton Relay, which began in early October 2021 and will travel through 72 nations leading up to the event’s opening ceremony. Riedel’s technology division will provide technical guidance and support, along with more than 6,000 radio terminals, communication accessories, satellite phones, PoC devices, relay solutions and a supporting radio network. This human and technical deployment will be employed at all competition venues.

The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will bring together 4,500 athletes from 72 nations and territories, who will compete in 19 sports at 14 venues. As the biggest event ever held in the West Midlands, it is expected to attract more than one million spectators to the city and have a global television audience of 1.5 billion.

Paul Rivens, managing director of communications at Riedel (UK), says he is “proud” to “work closely with the organizers of Birmingham 2022 to bring their vision for this fantastic event.” “Riedel and the Commonwealth Games have a strong relationship built on a long history. It’s exciting to see how, through sponsorship and direct involvement of our U.K. teams, Riedel is helping to make this next event a huge success,” he adds.

On the other hand, John Dundas, director of radio communications and spectrum planning for Birmingham 2022, is delighted to have Riedel as an official supplier: “They bring with them a wealth of expertise in radio communications, and I’m confident they will help us deliver a successful Games.” Finally, Martin Reynolds, CEO of CGF, adds, “they bring with them a wealth of expertise in radio communications, and I’m confident they will help us deliver a successful Games.”

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For • 28 Oct, 2021
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