Telecom Lead India: ZTE aims 10 percent share in the GSM-R solution market in the Pan Asia Pacific and CIS region.
The combined length of rail networks in the Pan Asia Pacific and CIS region is over 300,000 km.
The annual investment in railway communication systems exceed $5 billion and will increase at a compound annual growth rates of 5-10 percent.
ZTE entered rail communications system sector in 1999.
At present, ZTE supplies its Intelligent Rail (iRail) and other communications solutions for rail operators. ZTE’s solutions are used in over 40 rail transport projects in more than 20 Chinese cities, including Beijing Subway and Shanghai Subway.
Internationally, ZTE’s solutions are deployed in rail projects in Russia, Vietnam, Uzbekistan and Hong Kong. ZTE’s solutions for the transport industry cover railways, urban rails, subways, city transport, expressways, aviation, and ports.
ZTE’s iRail integrates solutions for urban rail and subway communication, railway communication signal, passenger information, rail informatization, train number identification, railway disaster prevention, and ticketing.
Xu Ming, senior vice president at ZTE, said: “We wish to become the most trustworthy partner for our customers by virtue of “soft power” — high capabilities of integration, financing, project management, and project implementation.”