Northwest ISD– ACI has been awarded numerous middle schools and elementary schools projects over the last eight years. Additionally, we performed the voice, data & paging systems installation at the new Byron Nelson High School in 2008 consisting of over 3,500 drops. In addition to construction projects ACI continues to perform all the moves ads and changes for the district.
Texas Wesleyan University– ACI was selected in 2009 as the integrator to deploy a new campus wide single mode fiber infrastructure through a new underground conduit system. After the successful completion of the single mode backbone ACI has continued a partnership which consists of a new Campus wide Access Point installation over a Cat 6A infrastructure. ACI was also awarded several new building projects over the past three years in addition to the technology upgrades.
Mansfield ISD– ACI has performed the Voice/Data Infrastructure cabling at more than a dozen Mansfield ISD schools of the past 15 years. These schools consisted of two new high schools, several middle schools, and eight elementary schools.
Advanced Connections Inc Completes Midland Library Project: Centennial Branch Already a Hit On Saturday, April 13th, the Midland County Library System officially opened the impressive doors to its newest addition: the fully interactive, high-tech and engaging Centennial Library at the Imperial Shopping Center. An avid proponent of progressive, state-of-the-art developments such as those developed specifically for the library, Advanced Connections Inc. is proud to count ourselves as a part of the expansive team that made this venture possible.
The new library, or “imaginarium” according to County Judge Mike Bradford, is a user-centered, public-oriented masterpiece of revolutionary, next-gen technology. Through the flawless combination and cohesion of these advanced technologies, the Midland County Library was born, offering patrons an interactive discovery experience the likes of which have yet to be seen anywhere before in Midland or the surrounding areas. Even the card catalog, once an inconvenience and a hassle for both the library’s guests and staff, has been transformed through the power of touchscreen capability and high density wireless internet throughout the entire 33,0000 square foot building. Wi-Fi is available to everyone in the library for free use on the public computers provided as well as on mobile devices.
Thrilled and honored to have played such an integral role in the library’s development and opening, we at Advanced Connections Inc. are particularly pleased to know that the community as a whole has fully embraced the new addition to their county. Adults and children of all ages from miles around have flocked to the Midland County Library in droves since its opening day, all eager to discover for themselves how the progressive technology used to build it will transform their user experience. Kids especially love how simple and intuitive the various programs are and how much more fun it is to fully enjoy their local library in general. Parents love how the advanced digital interaction interface integrates the modern with the traditional library atmosphere, offering the best of both worlds in a time when their kids are more interested than ever in technology and the online world.
John Trischitti, Director of Libraries in the county of Midland, believes in and promotes the value of utilizing progressive technologies to advance in today’s fast-paced digital world. “Technologies continue to emerge and how you blend that in with daily life is so important,” Trischitti says. “Having the infrastructure established to be able to evolve as technology evolves is crucial.” Agreeing with the Director’s ideas concerning advanced technology and how it benefits our youth and community, Former First Lady of the United States Laura Bush was proud to cut the ribbon at the library’s opening ceremonies. Responsible for the installation of all data cabling, wireless access points, cameras and projector applications, Advanced Connections Inc. looks forward with great enthusiasm to watching the new library and the people of the Midland community continue to grow, learn and discover here together.