Legrand, a global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, has announced it will be attending the BICSI Winter Conference with partner Superior Essex, in Orlando, Florida, Sunday January 30 - Thursday February 3, 2022.
Residing in booth No. 1015, the partners will showcase nCompass™, their collaborative solution that offers a streamlined suite of high-performance copper and optical fiber communications cabling and connectivity.
BICSI is a professional association supporting the advancement of the information and communications technology (ICT) profession and currently serves more than 26,000 members and credential holders and is the preeminent resource for the connected world.
The nCompass solution is the ideal complement to BICSI’s event theme as an all-in-one solution of cabling, cabinetry, jacks and racks that offer a sustainable communications design able to handle any networking requirement.
“Our partnership with Legrand through nCompass, is an example to other companies of how to create sustainable building solutions by seeking close collaboration within the industry,” said Brad Johnson, president of Superior Essex Communications.
“We’re looking forward to showing the ICT community the future of sustainable communications systems at BICSI Winter 2022.”
In addition, the two partners will be addressing event attendees Tuesday February 1 11 am - 12 p. in a session titled, ‘Now more than ever, installation matters!’.
The panel members will discuss the implications of common installation shortcuts on modern applications. The panel of industry experts includes:
- Jason Finnegan, copper product manager, Legrand
- Jay Grasso, CDCD, field sales engineering, Legrand
- Kevin Kearney, RCDD, DCDC, NTS, director, field sales engineering, Legrand
- Corey Lacaire, RCDD, TECH, field sales engineering, Legrand
- Amir Sekhavat, global director of product management and enterprise market development, Superior Essex
“Unlike codes, IT standards are not enforceable by law and they are not just guidelines or best practices to follow at will,” said Kevin Kearney, director, field sales engineering, Legrand.
“We look forward to addressing why shortcuts should not be taken during installation – particularly when working with high-speed fiber optic systems, PoE, or smart buildings.”