February 01, 2015 12:09 PM ET

Electrical Equipment

Company Overview of Superior Essex, Inc.

Company Overview

Superior Essex, Inc. designs, manufactures, and supplies wire and cable products, and accessories for communications, magnet wire, and related distribution markets worldwide. Its communication products include premises cables, such as fiber, composite, copper, and central office products; OSP cable products, including fiber, composite, RDUP/RUS copper, bell copper, Canadian copper, and wire products; FTTP hardware products, such as closures and accessories; wireless products, including RF feeder cable and jumpers, RF connectors, in-building cable and jumpers, in-building connectors, and accessories. The company’s energy products comprise low voltage products, such as ground wires, low voltag...

6120 Powers Ferry Road

Suite 150

Atlanta, GA 30339

United States

Founded in 1954

4,500 Employees





Key Executives for Superior Essex, Inc.

Executive Vice President and President of Superior Essex Communications L.P
Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President of Corporate Administrative Services
Age: 54
Executive Vice President
Age: 49
Senior Vice President of Finance and Corporate Controller
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Superior Essex, Inc. Key Developments

Superior Essex Introduces Full Portfolio of Microarray Fiber Cables

Superior Essex announces its family of Microarray Data Center cables, a full line of premises loose tube fiber cables designed for high density installations, and specifically for 'plug and play' installations. New to the product family are the additions of the 24-fiber single unit plenum Microarray Data Center Interconnect cables and the 144-fiber riser and plenum Microarray Breakout cables. The new products give customers a full line of fiber counts and types including plenum and riser 12 and 24-fiber interconnect cables and 24, 48, 72, 96 and 144 fiber plenum and riser breakout cables, all available in either Teraflex(R) single mode or multimode bend insensitive OM3 or OM4 fibers. The Microarray Data Center cable family includes Breakout and Interconnect cables both featuring a small, compact design in a high performance loose tube form factor. These cables also include aramid yarns, allowing crimping directly to the 12-fiber or 24-fiber MTP/MPO array connectors. To provide quick and easy installation, each cable is equipped with a flexible, low smoke PVC plenum or riser-rated jacket surrounds the fibers and yarns. The Microarray cables are also part of the nCompass structured cabling systems that support advanced network performance requirements and are used in several applications, such as 10 Gb, 40 Gb, and 100 Gb Ethernet and legacy speeds, Data Center plug and play installations, Outside Plant (OSP) to premises transitions, trunk applications, high density installations, and MTP/MPO connectors.

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