Monday, November 30, 2009

Tadiran Telecom Bags Two More Subway Telecom Deals In China.

Tadiran Telecom,

Tadiran Telecom, announced today that it has been successful in acquiring  contracts to build two large telecommunications projects in mainland China.

Tadiran has been selected to provide The Beijing Subway with advanced telecom solutions for its expansion of the Yizhuang Line, and to deploy both dispatching applications and administrative usage systems in the Chongqing Metro.
KTT, Tadiran’s subsidiary in China, will implement these projects.

The Chongqing Metro will be equipped with 28 units of Tadiran Telecom's IPx 3000 and IPx 800 systems connected over 16 km of track. Tadiran's systems will provide administrative and dispatch (operational) communications solutions, as well as network-wide management applications that will include state-of-the-art touch-screen consoles and the powerful Coral Network Management System for maintaining the entire network.

Beijing’s Yizhuang Line, set to open in December 2010, will be approximately 23 km long and include six underground stations and eight surface stations. Like the Chongqing Metro, Tadiran will supply comprehensive administrative and dispatch communications solutions that will consist of two separate networks of 41 Coral servers (Coral IPx 3000, IPx 4000 and FlexiCom 5000 models), the Coral Network Management System and the special dispatching consoles.

“We are pleased to have won yet another tender for The Beijing Subway, and also that Chongqing Metro selected Tadiran’s scalable Coral dispatching solution for deployment there, These two important contracts in China are clearly a direct result of the successful completion of similar rail communication projects in Beijing and the quality of Tadiran’s product portfolio.” said Zeev Aviv, acting CEO and president of Tadiran Telecom.



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