Nokia Siemens Networks will develop the communication infrastructure of the High Speed ​​Train

Republic of Turkey Railways TCDD, the GSM-R railway line between Eskisehir and Ankara (GSM for railways) to upgrade the communications infrastructure is working with Nokia Siemens Networks and Thales Spain. Nokia Siemens Networks will provide a GSM-R network that provides reliable voice communication between train personnel and the operations center staff.
This network will also carry signal messages that control and increase the speed of trains making 250 km per hour. The company will also provide a full redundant radio network to ensure uninterrupted voice communication and signaling, to improve passenger safety.
Nokia Siemens Networks Turkey CBT president and country manager Murat Kırçuval "This project, with corporate network number and a 55% market share we have in terms of the length of the GSM-R lines, which are useful to underline our global leadership in GSM-R market."
The TEZCANLI Sales Manager Erkan Turkey, "Turkey is a market we gave great importance and this project is further strengthened our cooperation with Thales and TCDD," he said.
Thales country director for Turkey, Ferit Permec the "Nokia Siemens Networks GSM-R upgrade and Thales's advanced signaling system, TCDD, Eskisehir-Ankara line passengers traveling to will help to ensure greater safety. In addition, the travel time on this line will be greatly shortened, providing a first-class experience to passengers ”.
Nokia Siemens Networks Turkey, BS 240 such as base stations and base station controllers, radio network providing GSM-R equipment. The company also provides SDH transmission equipment and Transport Network Management System (TNMS).
The Nokia Siemens Networks GSM-R solution meets the railway operators' enhanced safety, interoperability and quality expectations, while reducing operating costs and providing a distinct potential for differentiating the transport sector.

Source : www.maxihaber.net

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