CCCA Membership Continues to Grow

The Communications Cable and Connectivity Association (CCCA) board of directors installed and welcomed comCables, a Denver-based structured cabling manufacturer and low-voltage systems distributor, as a new member during its May meeting.

"We are delighted to have comCables join CCCA and we welcome their participation as seasoned professionals in our industry. Our continued growth and diversity in membership across industry segments is a very gratifying indicator of the broad appeal and value of our association’s initiatives and programs,” said Kevin Ressler, CCCA chairman of the board.

Joining the CCCA is representative of the significant growth and success comCables is experiencing. The company reported record-breaking revenue in the first quarter.

“comCables is excited about joining the CCCA because it’s a strong association that represents comCables’ commitment to quality products and doing business with integrity”, said Greg Greenwood, CEO of comCables. “We believe that CCCA’s work to preserve the codes and standards of the structured cabling industry is vital to our industry’s future growth and success.”

CCCA, a non-profit corporation, has a mission to serve as the major resource for well researched, fact-based information on the technologies and products of structured cabling media to support current and future needs of the networking, IT and communications industries. CCCA also is proactive at codes and standards bodies and other trade, industry and governmental organizations in communicating and influencing policy and decisions affecting the quality, performance and societal needs of the structured cabling infrastructure.

CCCA member companies include Accu-Tech; AlphaGary; Anixter; Belden; Berk-Tek, a Nexans Company; Cable Components Group; comCables; CommScope; Daikin America; DuPont; 3M Dyneon; General Cable; Optical Cable Corporation (OCC); OFS, a Furukawa Company; Panduit; PolyOne; Sentinel Connector Systems; Solvay Solexis; Superior Essex; and TE Connectivity.

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