Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Fibersystem AB is an innovative developer of fiber optic transmission equipment and IT security products. Fibersystem’s products are used in various industries and vertical markets globally, including infrastructure, utilities, health care, security and manufacturing.
Fibersystem is a leader in the design and development of fiber optic products mainly within data/media transportation and has a history of more than 30 years back in time working with solutions, using fiber optical technology. Our products can be found installed all over the world. We provide the market leading-edge technologies for improved fiber optical communication.
Fibersystem is an innovative organization, our business is established in many different markets. Our structure provides the resources of a very large organization, while preserving the innovative and entrepreneurial environment of a smaller company. Headquarters are in Stockholm, our products are sold by a sales force recognized throughout the industry for its expertise and customer service.
Fibersystem stay close to our customer and respond quickly to evolving needs. We advance our mission of providing leading-edge technology for fiberoptical solutions. Our reputation for fiberoptic development excellence is well known across diverse vertical markets. Our products are installed in military, medical‚ security‚ and industrial applications worldwide‚ such as hospitals‚ universities‚ government labs‚ and military bases‚ for large and small organizations alike.
The 14th edition of ISE, taking place at the RAI Amsterdam on 7-10 February 2017, is expected to attract more than 65,000 visitors to more than 1,100 exhibitors. For four…
Fibersystem won a dispute regarding the patent of a keyboard, a case that went as far as The Supreme Court. “In short, a competitor wrongfully sued us for more than…
In partnership with Sony, Fibersystem equipped Sweden’s Armed Forces with shielded laser projectors. Read the case study about this exciting project on sony.co.uk
We are featured in an article published on etn.se, Sweden’s leading magazine for news from the world of electronics. The article is in Swedish, click here to read it.