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.
In the fall of 2015, after years of communications, a major international airport in Western Canada has enlisted the “Prime Contracting” expertise of ATS. Deploying the wireless network installation project included new access points to 300 cable locations utilizing the Belden brand of copper and fibre optic cabling. To manage the prime contracting responsibilities, ATS [...]
AxisTech Emergency Response Team Rose to the Challenge and Flew to the Hydroelectric Plant near Sechelt, BC for Critical Fibre-Optic Repairs Damaged by Fire. During the September 2015 Labour Day long weekend, AxisTech Services fibre specialist team was contacted by the Hydroelectric plant owner to urgently repair a section of fibre-optic cable at the company’s [...]
During the Summer of 2013, the First Nations Community in Hartley Bay, located on the coast of British Columbia, contacted AxisTech to design, build upon and stabilize the Band’s fibre optic internet service. The goal of the 200+ Band members was to work interdependently with AxisTech to become self sufficient with the proposed new technology-forward [...]
Hartley Bay – BC First Nations Community Benefits from the AxisTech Fibre Optics Communications Infrastructure. During the Summer of 2013, the First Nations Community in Hartley Bay, located on the coast of British Columbia, contacted AxisTech to design, build upon and stabilize the Band’s fibre optics internet service. The goal of the 200+ Band members was [...]
“We are proud to welcome Zhone and their FiberLAN green solutions to our family of preferred suppliers. Their global support and our ELITE Partner certification will ensure our customers will continue to receive technology-forward strategies and with a focus to reduce the global carbon footprint…”