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WARSAW, Poland -- Nokia Siemens Networks will provide its GSM-Railway* (GSM-R) infrastructure for a major rail line in Poland. The nation’s rail network management, PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe, is modernizing this highly complex 35-station line linking Poland’s capital, Warsaw, with the northern Baltic port of Gdynia. The deployment of the GSM-R network along the 350-kilometer section of Poland’s E65 line will provide a communications backbone for the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) solution. The project will be carried out by a consortium of Nokia Siemens Networks, Thales Polska Sp. z o.o. and Bombardier Transportation, introducing ERTMS standards to this busy passenger and freight route. While Thales Polska and Bombardier Transportation are in charge of designing, developing and implementing the Level 2 European Train Control System** (ETCS) signaling part, Nokia Siemens Networks is responsible for the entire GSM-R project including network expansion and rollout. Nokia Siemens Networks

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