2022 marks a milestone in Orbis Systems’ history as the company is celebrating its 10-year anniversary. During the course of its first decade in a rapidly evolving industry, the company has learned to rely on its core strengths of speed, flexibility and customer intimacy. Aptly headlined A Decade of Knowledge, Orbis Systems’ anniversary year 2022 is expected to bring about a large-scale 5G ramp-up, with further advances in technology and investments as well as production 5G.
The 50-minute video interview is focused on the anniversary year’s selected themes like innovative technology, global presence and sustainability, and it offers a comprehensive view not only into the past ten years in Orbis Systems’ history but also on the development and near future of the entire telecom industry, as seen by the company’s global leadership team members from Finland, China and USA.
CEO Eero Rossi looks back on the first Decade of Knowledge.
R&D Manager Mika Kiiskilä shares his views on the development of 6G.
CEO Eero Rossi and Key Account Manager Carlos Monero's thoughts.
Unique customer-specific solutions
Close to the customer on every continent
Global presence appreciated by customers
Co-locations contribute to sustainability
Extended product life cycle
Effective SCM and logistics
Looking beyond the anniversary year, CEO Eero Rossi expects the next couple of years to introduce evolving 5G standards, the development of ORAN and private sector networks built around 5G as well as higher levels of automation and robotics. In addition to being committed to the continuous development of its technologies and competencies, Orbis Systems’ game plan is to simultaneously stick to the most important lesson from the company’s first decade of knowledge; the importance of flexibility and speed.
Even though 5G is in many ways only just ramping up, Orbis Systems’ R&D already has one eye firmly on 6G, which is currently in research phase. “There are still a lot of uncertainties around 6G, such as what will be the key customer application”, R&D Manager Mika Kiiskilä explains. “However, it is clear that a higher data rate means higher frequencies and a wider bandwidth. We currently estimate that more extensive demand for 6G test systems might occur already in 2028.”