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For many years, HUBER+SUHNER products, systems and services have made a significant contribution to the expansion and development of global mobile communications, fixed networks and data centre infrastructure. High-quality components and customer-specific solutions have guaranteed perfectly functioning connections whether electrical, optical or wireless.

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HUBER+SUHNER acquires optical switch maker Polatis

On 30 May 2016 HUBER+SUHNER signed the contracts to take over Polatis, a developer of all-optical network switches, for an undisclosed sum.

Polatis’ technology enables huge data streams to be managed speedily, efficiently and securely, which in turn enables improved capacity utilisation in data centres and advanced data management in large telecom networks. Both applications are strategic growth areas of HUBER+SUHNER, the company says.

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Rohde & Schwarz intensifies cooperation with HUBER+SUHNER

The Rohde & Schwarz electronics group has signed a comprehensive global procurement agreement with HUBER+SUHNER AG, a leading global manufacturer of connectivity solutions for radio frequency, fiber optics and low frequency technologies.

The global framework agreement ensures the support of HUBER+SUHNER for optimal worldwide components supplies and technical consultation. At the same time, it stabilizes the status of HUBER+SUHNER as a preferred supplier and lays the foundations for continuously enhancing an intensive working relationship.

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