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ZTE to showcase 4G Rail Telecommunication Solutions at GITEX

ZTE is demonstrating its 4G rail telecommunication solutions at GITEX and the Middle East Rail Technology Exhibition. Industry experts have predicted that by integrating the 4G network with rail transportation, ZTE can boost global rail transportation development.

At GITEX, international consumer telecommunication exhibition in the Middle East and Africa, ZTE demonstrates the smart transportation solutions in its Smart City-themed booth.

At the Middle East Rail Technology Exhibition, a rail transportation technology event which is scheduled to take place in March 2015, ZTE will demonstrate the most advanced rail telecommunication solutions in the industry. This consists of an integrated railway telecommunication signal solution, a dedicated subway telecommunication system solution, and a railway telecommunication system sub-solution.

Jane Chen, Senior Vice-President, ZTE, said, “ZTE’s industry-leading 4G wireless rail telecommunication technology and sophisticated smart transportation solutions highlight ZTE’s further success in the rail industry. ZTE has a great deal of experience in rail projects throughout the world, and has been responsible for many industry-firsts. ZTE will contribute to the construction of green and efficient transportation telecommunication networks in the Middle East and Africa, with the aim to boost regional economic prosperity.”

ZTE's 4G rail telecommunication solution was successfully implemented into the Wenzhou City
Railway Line S1 project in China.

The adoption of TD-LTE technology in the communication network of rail has transformed trunking dispatching, which can be used to carry voice and data services, transmit image, video and train-control signals as well as supporting featured functions for rail communication.

The ZTE Dedicated LTE Rail Transit Communications System provides LTE-based multimedia trunking dispatch services for the implementation of multimedia video trunking calls between a train driver and a command center, dispatcher, or maintenance section. Train staff are equipped with smart push-to-talk devices for implementing voice and video trunking calls and various services such as office data, images, and high-definition videos.