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Genesis Technical Systems: Revolutionising Copper Broadband

Genesis Technical Systems, provider of DSL Rings® and mBond™, creates cutting-edge broadband technologies that enable fixed and mobile telecoms operators to cost effectively deliver ultra-fast mobile and fixed broadband services, over existing copper networks to meet increasing broadband traffic demands.


Latest News

  • 14 Oct
    Could telecom copper be mobile gold for fixed operators?
    As the technological landscape constantly changes and develops, it is important not to lose sight of what is already in place. 14.10.2014 | Read more
  • 08 Oct
    Andrew Wyse to Drive Global Sales at Genesis Technical Systems
    Broadband technology specialist Genesis Technical Systems has appointed international sales expert Andrew Wyse as Head of Global Sales, tasked with building on the company’s successes in Asia and developing the growing market interest in North America, the Middle East and Europe. 08.10.2014 | Read more
  • 23 Jul
    The superfast copper landscape
    Having proven 400 Mb/s over two copper pairs back in 2010 with DSL Rings® technology, I was interested to hear that Bell Labs announced that they had broken the copper gigabit barrier and delivered 10 Gb/s over 30 metres and 1 Gb/s over 70 metres. 23.07.2014 | Read more

Products

  • mBond
  • DSL Rings
  • mBond provides mobile telecommunications operators with a unique opportunity to dramatically enhance their copper-wired base stations’ capacity. Bandwidth needs are significantly increasing with the deployment of high speed data services such as 3G and LTE. Therefore, telecoms operators need to enhance their BTS backhaul as fast as possible while keeping their costs low.

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  • Enhance your network capacity with the multi award winning and patented DSL Rings from Genesis Technical Systems. DSL Rings gives your customers twenty times their current bandwidth, up to 400 Mb/s, over existing copper networks.

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Solutions


  • "Copper appears to have a longer shelf-life than many people would have imagined five years ago, when there was a great deal of optimism around widespread FTTH/B rollouts, many of which have not (or hardly) materialized. "Ray Le Maistre