TCIL ties up with China’s ZTE for Smart Cities, Railway Biz

TCIL is the first company in India which was awarded the work for designing, supplying, installation, testing and commissioning of GSM-based mobile train radio communication system for Eastern Railway, TCIL Chairman and Managing Director Vimal Wakhlu said in a joint statement

TCIL India LtdNew Delhi: State-owned Telecommunications Consultants of India Ltd (TCIL) has tied up with Chinese telecom gear maker ZTE Corporation to work jointly on Smart Cities and railway projects.

TCIL is the first company in India which was awarded the work for designing, supplying, installation, testing and commissioning of GSM-based mobile train radio communication system for Eastern Railway, TCIL Chairman and Managing Director Vimal Wakhlu said in a joint statement. “ZTE and TCIL together are fully confident in the development of Smart City & Railways business in India in the coming years,” he said.

Under the pact, ZTE and TCIL will jointly work to drive the smart city solutions in India in line with government initiatives, and complete information solutions for Railways. ZTE shall take advantage of the PPP mode recommended by the State Council and the Central Ministry, in which the government provides guiding funds, and support policies, cooperate with operators and social resources to construct and operate Smart Cities, ZTE India CEO Philip Liu said.

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