Future Technologies is proud to announce our expansion into ELKO, NEVADA as part of our STRATEGIC GROWTH plan to open deployment offices close to our most important customers. 

Future Technologies will be providing IN-MARKET, Project Management, Design/Engineering, Construction/Deployment, Staff Augmentation, and Support/Sustainment/Maintenance services for our industrial customers in the region for all their network needs.

“We look forward to leveraging this strategic deployment office to support our current and prospective customers in this region to help them design, build, consolidate and support their complex industrial communications networks,” said Peter Cappiello, CEO. 

Through this investment Future Technologies will be uniquely positioned to provide END-TO-END capabilities to implement our reference architecture solutions for our MINING and UTILITY customers alike. 

 Solution offerings will include:

* Private LTE

* Wi-Fi 

* Mesh

* Licensed Microwave

* Fiber

* Autonomous Networks

* Automation Networks 


As part of Future Technologies growth plan, we have opened an office in Lakeland, Florida to support our clients in Northern Florida. This Florida office expands our existing footprint in the southeast and provides us with the opportunity to create additional employment opportunities and better support our customers. #growth #utilities #FIRSTNET #wireless #smartgrid

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AuthorChris Cappiello

Our System Integration Division (SID) is hard at work building the latest high capacity (>1.5 GB) microwave system for our customer in Guyana (South America). This specific link is a 2+0 multi-channel XPIC design with two x 10 foot antennas per end providing >1.5 GB of total capacity across 34 Miles at >99.995% availability.

Future Technologies is responsible for the design, furnishing, installation and integration of this nationwide microwave network. Through this network our customer will provide connectivity to both public and private customers, such as gold mines in the region. 

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AuthorChris Cappiello