Today (March 12th) Nokia announced that company in collaboration with ENGIE Solutions will deploy LTE wireless network for Grand Paris Express lines 15, 16 and 17. As mentioned in the official press release, “Nokia will deploy an LTE private mobile radio solution designed for operational communications and indoor/outdoor connectivity across all Grand Paris Express stations, lines and depots. These include voice, data (file transfer and multimedia support) and video services (transmission, on-board video surveillance). The global leader in rail communications network deployments, and pioneering the private wireless space across many verticals, Nokia now has over 130 large enterprise customers using 4.9G/LTE and 5G private wireless networks around the world.”
Matthieu Bourguignon (Vice President Europe, Nokia Enterprise) said :
“Creation of the new Grand Paris metro is an ambitious project and we are delighted to collaborate with ENGIE Solutions as part of this project. Our selection by the Société du Grand Paris confirms Nokia’s place as a telecom leader in the transport marketplace and in particular on critical network solutions such as GSM-R, 4.9G/LTE, 5G, IP/MPLS, cybersecurity and IoT analytics.”
Jean-Luc Figuereo (Director of the Transport Infrastructure Market, ENGIE Solutions) said :
“Alongside Nokia, ENGIE Solutions is proud to contribute to this major project which will facilitate travel for Ile-de-France residents. This project is not just a transport project, it is also a big digital transformation project. We are thus helping to create the cities, neighborhoods and infrastructure of tomorrow that are more resilient and connected to their ecosystems.”
For more detailed information we suggest you to read complete press release here.
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