The AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) system features advanced security functions which ensure decryption to be virtually impossible. This is proven by the early adoption of POL technology by Defence and Security organizations.
The AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) System provides critical long-term savings for the installation and overall infrastructure cost in multiple areas. With the ability to plan network scalability at a lower cost combined with a substantial price reduction, the resulting network meets and exceeds the alternative solutions.
After successfully installing the first Passive Optical LAN (POL) System in Western Canada at the Chilliwack School District of British Columbia; Axis Systems Group was the logical fit to fulfill the district’s latest surveillance requirements. Call 604 559 AXIS (2947) or Email ROI[at]AxisTech.ca to Schedule a Needs Assessment with our Ownership Team.
Association taps into membership expertise to rank optical LAN benefits in order of need and impact to the industry. The Association for Passive Optical LAN (APOLAN), a non-profit organization that drives the education and adoption for passive optical LAN, today released the findings of its APOLAN member survey, ranking the key benefits the next generation [...]
ATS – Axis Technical Services has teamed up with electrical contractors, Protec Installations Group, to secure the winning bid for The Coast Mountain Bus Company Hamilton Transit Centre. The teams were selected for their exceptional combination of SPQ: Service, Price and Quality. AxisTech was an integral part of the Protec Installations delivery team. ATS commends [...]
The global manufacturer of physical infrastructure equipment, Panduit, and local BC integrated communications systems provider, Axis Technical Services, continue to build upon their strategic alliance. Panduit - Infrastructure for a Connected World, is a provider of equipment that supports power, communications, computing, control, and security systems. From Panduit.com The New HD Flex Fiber Cabling System… Making [...]
We, Axis Technical, invite you to our Booth #22 at the NABOC Vancouver 2017 ((National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference) being held at the River Rock Casino and Conference Centre October 24 – 26 to share knowledge on fibre optics. This is the 30th Conference in the NABOC Series. We are here to initiate discussions, and [...]
Bantrel, a global specialist in Oil, Gas & Chemicals, Mining & Metals, Power Industry contacted Axis Technical Services to enquire about a collaboration on FortisBC’s Tilbury LNG Expansion Building. AxisTech commenced with the Bantrel pre-qualification process which included a in-depth tendering analysis that extended over a six months. Responding to their RFP; AxisTech was awarded the [...]
President, Joana Barbulescu, and Project Coordinator, Kari Prevost, joined the prestigious CCW with a mandate to Connect, Empower and Build the Communications Infrastructure Industry in British Columbia and Beyond. Joana and Kari support the educational goals of CCW and the promotion of “Women in (Construction) Business” by developing networking opportunities both locally and nationally. [...]
Responding to the electrical scope-of-work, the Axis Systems Group was selected to build and install the new security and surveillance system. The security system included Samsung SNV-6084R, a HD vandal-resistant IR dome camera, which featured the most advanced functions from Samsung with 2 megapixel 1080p high definition images, and the Hewlett Packard Enterprise network switches [...]