Axis Technology wins new data center contracts
May 4, 2007 --The Michigan-based project engineering firm was recently awarded data center contracts from Johnson Controls, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), and Comcast.
May 4, 2007 -- Axis Technology, a technology design and project engineering firm based in Bloomfield Township, MI, was recently awarded data center contracts from Johnson Controls, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), and Comcast.
According to a press release, Axis will design, engineer and install all of the voice, data, paging and wireless technology for a new 300,000 sq. ft. Johnson Controls Battery Division distribution center in Florence, SC. Over a five-month timeframe, Axis will implement its extensive plans for network integration at the site, which serves the US East Coast.
For the new 125,000 sq. ft. ASCO headquarters in Alexandria, VA., Axis will design and engineer a Tier III data center for the building and serve as project managers for the data center build out.
The Comcast project entails the design and installation of a sound masking system to reduce white noise at the company's renovated headquarters in Southfield, MI.
"These contracts are a prime example of how our new Axis Technology brand provides an unsurpassed level of strategy and collaboration to our clients, in addition to our well-established infrastructure expertise," says Axis Technology principle Alex Bell. "We are much more than contractors in these project; we are the cabling architects, the engineers, the designers and the analysts."