One of Micropol’s most recent international partners is Comtel Israel – a perfect match partnership. Comtel has very effectively introduced Micropol to the Israel market by penetration campaigns and the usage of numerous publicity channels.
Product development has been the key to Micropol’s success since the foundation of the company in 1988. In many cases, the Swedish Armed Forces (SAF) has been the end user. The introduction of our new mechanical cable drum is based on that experience and is designed for extreme environments, both civil and military.
When the Swedish Armed Forces enter critical and hostile situations on land or sea, it is Micropol’s fiber optic technology that keeps systems connected. Since the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) introduced fiber optics to the Swedish Armed Forces (SAF) in the early 1980’s, Micropol has partnered with FMV in developing passive fiber optic components for extreme environments.
Micropol has always taken the lead in terms of quality within passive fiber optics. Of course we are qualified against “Robust Fiber Anläggning”, a quality stamp proving our abilities within our field of profession.
On March 17-19, Micropol will attend SSNF's Annual Conference together with several of our customers. The conference is divided into two days where the first day, hosted by Utsikt Bredband, focuses on the future from a national and regional perspective.
Something we know for certainty about the future is that more information will be sent digitally. In Telecom & Broadcast, we offer key parts to networks where the quality requirements are the highest. Complex fiber optic networks simplified to connect people. At the speed of light.
Every year 1 of 3 gets cancer .But everyone is affected. This year we give a gift to the Swedish Cancer Society who finance research to beat cancer and works with spreading the knowledge about cancer and how we can prevent it.
The first defence and trade agreement between the Netherlands and Sweden was signed already in 1614. Today we are pleased to announce that Micropol has been selected to provide the FALCON expanded beam system to the Royal Netherlands Air Force.
Micropol Fiberoptic has a long relation with the Swedish Armed Forces, which dates back to 1988. Since then, Micropol has developed and delivered a number of different fiber optic communication systems for use in hostile environments. One of the latest examples is the FALCON expanded beam technology. FALCON delivers the best optical performance in the world, in combination with being the smallest 12-channel system on the market.