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Security systems are rapidly becoming a core part of Axis Technical Services’ business as the security sector switches to an IP format. In fact, many security cameras today have become “no different than a computer,” Ms. Barbulescu explains. They are “just another node on the network.” Card access technology is also evolving at a fast pace.
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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…
AXIS Technical Services design and built a 20,000 square foot training outpost with numerous technical and structural challenges. The open-room team concept needed to be built in a condensed timeframe to accommodate the client’s expansion into Vancouver. The AXISTECH four-man team logged 10+ hour days at six days per weeks to achieve this critical deadline and deliver the project within the budget submitted.