Our close association with BICSI and their mandate for continuous education has helped us earn the status of being one of the fastest growing companies in BC. Watch Joana Barbulescu introduce The AXIS Group of Companies.
New Staff Address New Opportunities for Greater Market Penetration.
Watch Bob Fedoruk answer frequently asked questions about Passive Optical LAN.
Watch David Mayhew’s Round 3 entry to Cabling Icon on dropping cable down a wall.
Watch David Mayhew with his favourite system, Belden Gigabix, for Round 2 of Cabling Icon 2013.
A properly functioning network is paramount in any business, whether it is in Education, Health Care, Government, Entertainment, Resources, Media, Biomedical Research, Tourism, Hospitality or Retail.
Watch our latest video: Bob Fedoruk answering common FAQs (Part 2) of AXIS Technical Services.
The AXIS Technical Services fibre-based connection system provides an eco-friendly networking solution to traditional copper wiring. Overall, AXISTECH’s Passive Optical LAN advantages ranging from price-efficiency to reliability, but none of these benefits are quite as underappreciated as the environmental sustainability of fibre optic cabling. Future-oriented, energy-efficient measures implemented today will have a tremendous impact in the mid-term future; consequently, sustainability has become the new frontier of corporate innovation…
Many reasons exist for choosing the AXISTECH fibre optic network from Motorola. The superior scalability, design, environmental sustainability and cost effectiveness of the AXIS Technical Service Passive Optical LAN is being acknowledged by technology-based companies as a formidable option over standard copper cabling…
AXISTECH and CTAR Corp announced the deployment of Motorola’s groundbreaking Passive Optical LAN solution at Sardis Secondary in the Chilliwack School District of British Columbia. The technology foreman at SD33, Randy Janzen, researched and selected the POL solution. “We wanted our students to have access to the latest learning technologies available. Deliver the services we want both now and in the future, with functional, cost and operational benefits.”