Malaysia has much to thank Nokia Corp (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) and LG CNS for after they played a major role towards helping it successfully unveil its first Mass Rapid Transit line. LG CNS obtained a mission-critical communications network from Nokia. LG CNS happens to be a Korea-based systems integrator which has done quite a lot in providing necessary support for the wide range of the railway operations on the new SBK line that is expected to traverse about 51 km. As a result, more than 1.2 million persons will be able to reap the benefits associated with the railway passing by.

The Northern part of the SBK line (phase 1) has been operating since December 2016 and some trusted sources indicate that Southern and underground section (phase 2) is set to commence its operations by July 2017.

Nokia is carrying out an important role through its commitment in serving the project with a reliable transmission network with fundamentals from Internet Protocol Label switching technology. It is going a long way in towards supporting a wide range of both operational and passenger services. As a matter of fact that goes ahead to cover the security systems, passenger details or information, operational support subsystems as well as the wireless transmissions.

End-to end network services management is normally taken care of by the Nokia Network Services Platform and it goes without saying that it does a remarkable job facilitating provisioning, troubleshooting and maintenance. Nokia over the years has been a market leader serving is wide customer base with professional services and in this case it showcased utmost dedication to the project. Among the top services it provided included the making of proper installations, network designing, testing, training and above all commissioning.

The recent operations are seeing Nokia make tremendous steps forward since its track record is taking a positive spike. There are not many companies globally that can do a remarkable job like that one Nokia did in this project by providing mission-critical networks that saw the railway network operations receive some major boost.

In the past, the company has successfully deployed lots of IP/MPLS networks around the world. Nokia is doing all within its means to ensure that it expands its customer base in the long-run. Nokia has exhibited strong solutions for the railway industry and hopes to do even much more in future.

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