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Huawei unveils solution to power digital transformation in rail

By Ma Si | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2022-09-23 17:03

Huawei booth at InnoTrans 2022, a leading traffic and transport novelties trade fair in Berlin, Germany, on Sept 22. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

Huawei Technologies Co launched an innovative solution in Berlin, Germany on Thursday to help build a more secure, efficient and smarter railway mobile communications system.

The solution, known as the Future Railway Mobile Communication System, or FRMCS, is part of Huawei's broader push to drive digital transformation in the rail industry.

Xiang Xi, vice-president of Huawei's aviation & rail business unit, said at its 9th Huawei Global Rail Summit that "Huawei helps customers go digital. We use innovative technologies — such as FRMCS, Wi-Fi 6 and all-optical networks — to reshape connections, reconstruct digital platforms, and facilitate data sharing and collaboration across multiple service systems in the rail industry".

"We hope to enable intelligent rail operations through joint innovation with our partners," he said.

Adhering to the concept of openness and cooperation, Huawei said it is committed to driving digital transformation along with rail customers and ecosystem partners, who complement each other's strengths, and can innovate together, explore industry standards and build an ecosystem for rail digitalization.

At the same time, Huawei exhibited its innovative solutions and flagship products for the rail industry at InnoTrans 2022 on Thursday, a leading traffic and transport novelties trade fair. Huawei showcased leading information communications technology, infrastructure technology, green energy, smart urban rails and smart railway solutions.

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