Roy takes leadership positions in standards groups

Nov. 20, 2001
November 15, 2001 The systems and applications specialist with NORDX/CDT is elected vice chair of the TIA's TR-42.1 Subcommittee and co-chair of the CSA's T-104 Committee.

Julie Roy, RCDD/LAN Specialist, has been elected vice chair of the TIA's TR-42.1 Commercial Building Cabling Subcommittee, and co-chair of the CSA's T-104 Committee. Julie is IBDN systems and applications specialist with NORDX/CDT (ww.nordx.com).

The TR-42.1 Subcommittee develops and maintains telecommunications cabling standards for commercial buildings. It specifies cabling-system topology, architecture, design, installation, testing, and performance requirements for commercial buildings and campuses.

The T-104 Committee of the CSA helps ensure that unique Canadian requirements are included in TIA/EIA cabling standards.

"By this nomination, NORDX/CDT continues to take an active part in the development of structured cabling industry standardization," said Michele Raymond, director of strategic marketing at NORDX/CDT. "Our first major involvement in it was with the participation of Paul Kish, director of IBDN systems and standards, as chair of the TR-42 Committee, and Dunn Harvey as chairman of the CSA. The nomination of Julie Roy as vice-chair of the TR-42.1 Subcommittee and co-chair of the T-104 Committee will allow us to make further contributions in the industry's standardization development, both in Canada and in the United States."

Julie began her career at Bell Canada in 1988 and held several positions in the company before becoming a cabling solutions and LAN specialist. She graduated with a diploma in architectural studies from the Vanier College, Quebec in 1993 and obtained a certificate in telecommunications from the Superior Technology School of the University of Quebec, Montreal in 1997. She joined NORDX/CDT in October 1999.

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