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Swedish Telecom is a global provider of optical and packet-optical networking solutions that enable fixed line and mobile network operators to cost effectively address the capacity needs created by the rapid growth in video and data traffic.
Swedish Telecom is a technology-driven company committed to add values to our customers by providing the optical module total solution through innovative research and development. Our products are backed by the strong R&D team, rigorous quality assurance system and plentiful production experience.
Currently Swedish Telecom can offer the complete product lines including CWDM, XFP, X2, XENPAK, SFP+, SFP, GBIC, GEPON ONU & OLT, GPON ONU & OLT, etc. We provide to our customers with our high-performance, cost-effective products to fulfill their requirements, contributing this way to the customer's success and satisfaction. Our Lifetime Warranty is something we behind Swedish Telecom are strongly believing in, to get a long and solid relationship with our customers is prioritized above everything else.  
Our main clients include Carriers, Broadband Operators, Governments, Municipalities, Utility companies, Suppliers, National regulators and Developers or Real estate owners.
The head office of Swedish Telecom is based in Uppsala, Sweden.

latest news

22

Apr

The Swedish Way Of Telecom Is Expanding

Swedish Telecom receives an order of transceivers to a International Carrier. This is the first order in a long term project, as our expansion through the Swedish borders begins!
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22

Jan

Launch 100Gb CFP Transceiver

100G-BASE-LR4 10km CFP Optical Transceiver STC-90011 Description Swedish Telecom's CFP transceivers are designed for use in 100 Gigabit Ethernet links over 10km single module fiber , and it compliant to the CFP MSA and IEEE 802.3ba 100GBASE-LR4.
Digital diagnostics are available via MDIO as specified in the CFP MSA Management Interface Specification. The transceiver's designs are optimized for high performance and cost efficiency to provide customers the best solutions for Datacom and Telecom applications.

22

Oct

Swedish Telecom launched 40G QSFP

Swedish Telecom AB announced a four-channel high-bandwidth data center and enterprise network routers and switches which adopt compact QSFP + transceiver, providing-40Gbps new series of the TOSA / the ROSA optical transceiver group items. The series expanded the Optical Transceiver product portfolio.

22

Sep

CDFP Formed to Advance Development of 400 Gbps Transceivers

CHICAGO, IL- September 24, 2013 – The CDFP MSA today announced the formation of an industry consortium consisting of seven leading networking organizations dedicated to defining specifications and promoting adoption of interoperable 400 Gbps hot pluggable modules.

24

Aug

Swedish Telecom receives an order

Swedish Telecom receives an order of transceivers to a national DWDM system. The order value is more then 500 000 sek.

 

22

Jul

10G Converter

Swedish Telecom launch 10G converter SFP+ or XFP based with 3R function (Eth) Management. The converter can also be used as a 10g repeater. It can be order as standalone or chassis based.

 

26

Jun

Swedish Telecom receive the first order

Swedish Telecom receive the first order from earlier signed agreement of optical transceivers. The order value is more then 500 000 sek.

 

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10

Jun

Swedish Telecom signs an agreement

Swedish Telecom signs an agreement with a Swedish broadband operator. Swedish telecom will delivery Optical transceivers to coming installations.

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11

Apr

Josef Widstrom will take up the position as acting CEO

Josef Widstrom will take up the position as acting Chief Executive Officer of the company as of April 1, 2013. Josef Widstrom has solid industry experience and was most recently employed by Eastrunner Int ltd and earlier at Sweden Telecom AB, where after 5 years as CEO he was involved with the sale of the company to Zenterio .
Any questions relating to this press release should be addressed to, Josef Widstrom, on +46 812 055455.

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