Superior Essex Communications, a manufacturer and supplier of communications cables in North America, has announced its election as a corporate board member of the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA). The company recently became a CABA member organization before joining the board.
The company views this partnership as a move toward positioning for continued growth in the telecommunications sector.
“I look forward to forming a professional partnership with CABA and elevating the telecommunications industry standards by implementing collective intelligent building and sustainability values to secure a resourceful society,” said Brian Ensign, vice president of marketing, communications division, who will be representing Superior Essex on the CABA board. “Modernization is the most vital tool we have in this digital age, and the opportunity to partner with another organization that aims to innovate using aggregated data, research, and education is a privilege.”
CABA views Superior Essex Communications election to the board as evidence of its commitment to growth and strong industry affiliations.
“We are eager to work with Brian and the team at Superior Essex Communications,” said CABA's President and CEO, Ron Zimmer. “They have demonstrated their knowledge as experts in the industry and will no doubt encourage progress and growth. I am excited and prepared to offer my industry knowledge and market expertise.”
Superior Essex Communications focuses heavily on innovation, sustainability and the delivery of quality products with outstanding customer service to support all segments of the market. Our participation on the CABA board will further support our efforts in the intelligent building space.
CABA fosters informed thought leadership and collaboration within intelligently built environments to deliver a more livable, sustainable, and efficient connected world. The organization constantly strives to increase awareness of intelligently built environments by focusing on education and research.
Find more information on CABA’s website.