Security system supplier Ipsotek, a subsidiary of Atos, has inked a contract with Sydney Trains, an operator of rail services across the metropolitan Sydney area to increase security capabilities at 13 stations.
Sydney Trains has selected Ciena’s 6500 Packet-Optical Platform in a move aimed at mproving public services across its transport system with a faster, low latency and reliable data network.
Technology and staffing solutions provider Ajilon has started work as the Systems Integrator for the Sydney Trains’ Rail Operations Centre (ROC) project, a $276 million whole-of-network project that will modernise management of day of operations activities to support better service delivery for Sydney Trains and customers.
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