Superior Essex Communications, a leading manufacturer of communications cables in North America, will showcase solutions for smart building technologies at CABLEXX 2023, 15-16 March, at Dusit Thani LakeView, in Cairo. This is the second year the cable manufacturer has attended the show. This year, it will be at Booth E4.
As a manufacturer at the forefront of innovation, Superior Essex has pioneered power-over-ethernet (PoE) cabling technologies to enable robust smart-building technologies and hybrid outside plant cables that deliver data and power through one cable. The company is continually innovating new ways to support the burgeoning IT networks inside buildings as well as wireless and broadband Internet networks globally.
“Superior Essex Communications is proud to be part of the communications revolution in the Middle East and North Africa,” said Paul Weintraub, Head of International Development for Superior Essex Communications. “It’s a privilege to partner with future-thinking professionals who see the value of installing PoE cabling systems to create sustainable intelligent buildings.”
PowerWise® PoE cables run data and electric power through a twisted-pair copper strand. This family of cables from Superior Essex is tested and verified to perform at distances greater than 100 meters, even past 160 meters for some devices. These cables provide a unique solution for connecting external devices to the central network. The PowerWise® 1G 4PPoE and 10G 4PPoE cables contribute to LEED, WELL and Living Building Challenge certification credits. The 1G 4PP0E cable has a low-smoke-halogen-free jacket option, which is Living Product Challenge and Red List Free certified. All of these copper premises cables are manufactured in a Zero Waste to Landfill facility in Hoisington, Kansas. For more information about these sustainability efforts, visit superioressexcommunications.com/sustainability.
As the demand for broadband and wireless Internet access continues to increase, providers need supporting materials that can adapt and expand without needing to build too much new infrastructure. Superior Essex has a fleet of line- and tower-powering cables to provide a solution. By combining optical fiber and copper under one jacket, these hybrid cables can deliver power and data to antennas far away from the original power source. This reduces the need for excess structures and cables and pushes the network beyond its current boundaries. To learn more about these cables, visit superioressexcommunications.com/wireless-networks.