American Fibertek Expands and Updates Website

A website for professional security transmission solutions, www.americanfibertek.com, has expanded its product page offerings to include highlights of the company’s most recent introductions and upgraded the mechanics for downloading trial software and other technical materials.

According to Jack Fernandes, CEO and president of AFI, the additions and changes are designed to quickly give visitors the information they need in a more concise and easy to access manner. “The AFI website aims to improve the knowledge and understanding of our physical security transmission solutions among industry professionals by providing information in a readily accessible and understandable fashion. By keeping our website fresh with new information and updated tools for software trials, our customers will be kept up-to-date on product solutions designed to meet industry trends,” said Fernandes.

AFI has updated its website.

The new product page feature provides a synopsis of the company’s most recent introductions, which currently include 10-bit digital video products; multi-mode extended distance bi-directional systems; audio/intercom interfaces; and supervised alarm contact systems. As products are introduced or updated, customers will be able to find it first under the new products page.

The second new feature of the website reinforces the company’s authority in transmission solutions with various options for learning about the technology. From free trial software demo downloads to instructions manuals to white papers, the revised download section makes it convenient to gather information.

The company supplies fiber optic communication transmission solutions for video, data, audio, audio/video and cable system applications.

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