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NICE wins China railway contract.

January 31, 2008

Globes' correspondent
28 January 2008
Israel Business Arena

NICE Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: NICE; TASE: NICE today announced that it has
received a follow-on order from the Ministry of Railway (MOR) in China,
for its advanced video IP based solution. The NICE solution was selected
following successful implementation on the Qing Zang rail the railroad
connecting Lhasa in Tibet to Germu in Qinghai.

The NICE solution will be used to enhance the safety and security of up
to 32 million passengers in 2008 and a projected 54 million by 2015,
traveling on the Beijing-Tianjin inter-city passenger line the country's
first high-speed passenger rail service.

The Beijing-Tianjin inter-city passenger rail service, which is expected
to launch before to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games begin, is part of a
massive upgrade and expansion of China's railway system. The new
Beijing-Tianjin line will provide China's first high-speed train
service, designed to meet the soaring demand for travel between the two
cities, each with a population of over 10 million.

NICE's advanced real-time distributed digital video solution will be
deployed to help protect the railway including its tracks and stations,
to verify that there is no destruction and to prevent accidents. By
providing real-time alerts to security personnel, the result will be
enhanced passenger safety and better asset protection.

Ra'anana-based NICE has over 24,000 customers in 100 countries,
including over 85 of the Fortune 100 companies. Shares in NICE closed
Friday at $28.20 on Nasdaq, reflecting a $1.5 billion market cap.
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