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ACNA 2018 hosts three full days with two streams of the most comprehensive insight and analysis of the wire and cable market focusing on advanced technologies and solutions across the sector.

  • North American cable market outlook
  • Macroeconomic trends and new opportunities
  • End-user perspectives
  • Regulatory compliance and supply chain management
  • Trend in automotive cable demand
  • Renewable energy cables
  • Data communication and connectivity
  • Advanced energy Cable applications
  • Fibre to the home
  • Wireless Network
  • Cabling solutions for electric vehicles

Helping your business meet market demand with advanced cable innovation, strategies, and unparalleled networking opportunities

Integer Research is delighted to announce the inaugural Advanced Cable North America 2018 successfully attracted over 160 attendees from 95 companies to the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, GA on February 26 -28.

The delegates discussed the latest strategies, technologies and innovation in the North American wire and cable industry and left the event more informed and better connected. Feedback was overwhelmingly positive and plans for Advanced Cable North America 2019 are already underway.

Integer is proud to support this valued industry by providing the right platforms and services your business relies on to grow and navigate the market.

 Conference Agenda at a Glance

Day one – Feb. 26th Day Two – Feb. 27th  Day Three – Feb. 28th
Breakfast Briefing:
Trends in Automotive Cable Demand
Registration opens North American Cable Market Outlook Cabling Solutions for Electric Vehicles
Policy Trends and New Opportunities
Morning Networking Break Morning Networking Break
Regulatory Compliance and Quality Improvement Cabling Solutions for Electric Vehicles
Lunch and Networking Break Lunch and Networking Break
Renewable Energy Supply and Transmission Fiber in the Wireless World
Gala Dinner Afternoon Networking Break Afternoon Networking Break
Data Communications and Connectivity Fiber in the Wireless World
Networking cocktail reception See the full program here >>

Registration included:

  • Attendance to full three days of the conference*
  • Access to online networking platforms + interactive delegate list*
  • Over 12 hours of networking
  • Breakfast brief on automotive cable with Integer’s Director of Wire & Cable, Philip Radbourne (gold ticket only)
  • Access to all presentations online during and post conference
  • Post-conference report

*dependent on ticket type


Key Speakers

Philip Radbourne - Integer Research

Director, Wire and Cable

Mr Philip Radbourne, Director of Wire and Cable Business from Integer Research. Philip heads up the wire and cable research team…

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Brad Johnson - Superior Essex


Brad R. Johnson has been in the Communications industry for 32 years, the past 19 years with Superior Essex. He…

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Mark Agnew - Edison Electric Institute

Senior Director, Financial Analysis

Mark joined the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) in November 1999 as a Financial Analyst. He currently serves as Sr. Director…

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Presentation: Developments and transformation in the U.S. energy industry

Rich Stinson - Southwire

President & CEO

Rich Stinson is President and CEO of Southwire. He joined Southwire in October of 2015 and, in his current role,…

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Keynote Presentation: A new era for the North American cable market

Patrick E. Hughes - National Electrical Manufacturers Association

Senior Director, Government Relations and Strategic Initiatives

Patrick Hughes is Senior Director of Government Relations and Strategic Initiatives at the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA). Patrick is the principal lead…

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Presentation: Political changes shaping North American electrical infrastructure

Tom Doring - Southwire

Executive Vice President, Corp Strategy, Innovation and Business Development

Tom Doring serves as Southwire’s Executive Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Research and Development and Business Development. Doring joined Southwire…

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Leadership Panel Discussion: How can the North American cable industry tackle challenges and identify opportunities in the changing economy?

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