About FlexDSL

FlexDSL Telecommunications AG based just outside of Zürich in Urdorf, Switzerland design and manufacture high-quality resilient networking equipment such SHDSL and Fiber Optic modems, TDM and IP Multiplexers as well as VoIP gateways for the harshest of operating environments such as Energy Utilities, Military and Railway applications.


SHDSL and SHDSL.bis Ethernet Extender Modems


The MiniFlex SHDSL.bis Ethernet modem is designed for high reliability data transmission over copper pairs. They are highly approved in noise environment ITU-T G.991.2 (G.SHDSL.bis) standard to carry Ethernet data over 2 twisted pairs of copper cable. Small size, hardended enclosure and wide input power range make MiniFlex SHDSL.bis Ethernet Extenders a perfect choice for mission-critical applications like Railway infrastructure, Smart Grid, Networks alongside Oil and Gas Pipelines as well as for Offshore communications.

Orion 3

The FlexDSL Orion 3 product range includes ITU-T G.991.2 (G.SHDSL.bis) Modems for Central Office and Customer Premises. FlexDSL Orion3 modem range supports DSL channel bonding for up to 4 copper pairs in order to achieve speeds of up to 60.8 Mbps. They can also serve up to four independent directions. Besides E1 and Ethernet ports the Orion3 supports Nx64 (V.35, V.36, X.21) and RS-232/485 interfaces. Together with Remote Power and Repeater options, the flexibility makes FlexDSL Orion3 SHDSL.bis modems a perfect solution for a wide range of applications where TDM and IP services must be transmitted over copper wires. FlexDSL Orion3 products are compatible with their forerunners FlexDSL Orion2 and FlexDSL Orion modems as well as with MiniFlex SHDSL.bis Ethernet Extenders. Specially designed firmware turns selected members of FlexDSL Orion3 family into Interface converters or even into TDMoIP/TDMoE pseudo-wire devices.

SHDSL.bis Repeaters

The FlexDSL Orion3, Orion2 or Orion repeaters designed for SHDSL distance extension or for increasing of the data bandwidth. Selected repeater models support Ethernet add-drop and dry loops. Repeaters accept remote power or can be powered locally. FlexDSL produces SHDSL repeaters in various enclosures for installation underground or submerged. FlexDSL can adapt firmware for the purpose of obtaining compatibility with modems produced by third-parties.