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Shenzhen, China, June 4, 2013 - Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, shared its extensive experience in serving the global railway industry and emphasized the importance of ensuring the sustainability of railway telecom systems at Rail and Metro Latin America 2013, the region’s key event for the rail and metro infrastructure, signaling and communications industry.
"As an active innovator and a major market player in the railway telecommunications industry over the past 15 years, Huawei believes that high-quality communications infrastructure, focusing on reliability, scalability and sustainable development, will continue to create added-value for railway customers," said Norman Frisch, Director of Business Development for Railway Solutions at Huawei.
A technology veteran with over 16 years of experience in the railway telecommunications industry, Mr. Frisch was invited to share his views on sustainable railway systems. Particularly, Mr. Frisch emphasized the importance of a compressed and consistent regulatory framework on rail telecom standards, ensuring the long-term availability and interoperability of nation-wide railway systems.
"Such a regulatory framework will enable customers to purchase and deploy railway communications solutions phase by phase, at the same time, assuring them that the completed railway system will operate seamlessly in the future," said Mr. Frisch.
One of the largest communications solution vendors in the transportation sector, Huawei is an official partner and sponsor of Rail and Metro Latin America 2013, which featured the participation of over 50 speakers and 200 attendees across the region. At the event, Huawei shared with guests and visitors its successful stories in helping customers in Russia, South Africa and China deploy advanced railway telecom solutions covering GMS-R, signal dispatching, transmission, voice communications, and jointly brainstormed with global telecom and traffic management professionals, technology experts and decision makers for future development strategies and roadmaps of the industry’s long-term advancement.