Network Cabling Services

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Turnkey, standards-based structured cabling services – from design and planning to installation and ongoing maintenance – for VARs, MSPs, MSSPs, telecom agents, IT consultancies, and their customers around the world.

Network cables provide the critical backbone of your communication systems. High Wire Networks network cabling services offer a single-source, standards-based solution for the complex processes of cable planning, installation and maintenance. Our partners can leverage our cabling services for their clients on a standalone basis or as part of comprehensive bundles with our networking solutions and data center services.

Turnkey, standards-based structured cabling services – from design and planning to installation and ongoing maintenance – for VARs, MSPs, MSSPs, telecom agents, IT consultancies, and their customers around the world.

Network cables provide the critical backbone of your communication systems. High Wire Networks network cabling services offer a single-source, standards-based solution for the complex processes of cable planning, installation and maintenance. Our partners can leverage our cabling services for their clients on a standalone basis or as part of comprehensive bundles with our networking solutions and data center services.

What is Network Cabling?

In simple terms, network cables connect computers and other network devices to each other and to networks like the Internet, facilitating data and information transfer between them.

Point-to-Point vs. Structured Cabling

Although both are in use, point-to-point cabling has largely given way to structured cabling, which offers distinct advantages. Here’s a brief rundown on each cabling type:

What is Structured Cabling?

Structured cabling leverages hierarchical design to achieve greater performance and flexibility than point-to-point cabling. Instead of many point-to-point connections that become unwieldy at scale, structured cabling centralizes cabling around a main distribution area (MDA). Infrastructure components can be connected directly to the MDA instead of the mishmash of device-to-device connections used in point-to-point cabling. As a result, moves, adds and changes are easier, and downtime and risks of human error are reduced. Upgrades and redundancy are also more easily achieved through structured cabling.

What is Point-to-Point Cabling?

Point-to-point cabling refers to the process of directly connecting devices – servers, switches, storage units – to each other via a single cable (sometimes called a “jumper” cable).

What is Structured Cabling?

Structured cabling leverages hierarchical design to achieve greater performance and flexibility than point-to-point cabling. Instead of many point-to-point connections that become unwieldy at scale, structured cabling centralizes cabling around a main distribution area (MDA). Infrastructure components can be connected directly to the MDA instead of the mishmash of device-to-device connections used in point-to-point cabling. As a result, moves, adds and changes are easier, and downtime and risks of human error are reduced. Upgrades and redundancy are also more easily achieved through structured cabling.

What Are Network Cabling Services?

  • Cable planning and engineering
  • Cable installation
  • Router and switch configuration
  • Network testing
  • Ongoing maintenance and support

Network cabling services leverage specialized, standards-based processes to provide the hardware and software necessary to connect (or “network”) computers and other devices, including:

  • Cable planning and engineering
  • Cable installation
  • Router and switch configuration
  • Network testing
  • Ongoing maintenance and support

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Network Cable Types

The three most common types of network cables are:

Fiber Optic Cables

Fiber optic cables use light to transmit data and are made from extremely thin strands of glass that allow light to travel through them with minimal loss. They’re used for long-distance data transmission and applications requiring fast, accurate data transmission. Fiber optic cables are also much thinner and lighter than metal wires, making them easier to install and less likely to be damaged.

Fiber Optic Cables

Fiber optic cables use light to transmit data and are made from extremely thin strands of glass that allow light to travel through them with minimal loss. They’re used for long-distance data transmission and applications requiring fast, accurate data transmission. Fiber optic cables are also much thinner and lighter than metal wires, making them easier to install and less likely to be damaged.

Coaxial Cables

Coaxial cables, or coax, are copper-based electrical cables consisting of inner conductors surrounded by insulating layers and outer conductors. They are used for telephone trunk lines, broadband Internet cables, computer data buses and cable TV and radio signaling.

Twisted-pair Copper Cable

Twisted-pair copper cables are made from copper wires and are frequently used in computer networking, telephone systems and electrical wiring. Copper is durable and an excellent conductor of electricity, which makes it ideal for use in electrical applications.

Twisted-pair Copper Cable

Twisted-pair copper cables are made from copper wires and are frequently used in computer networking, telephone systems and electrical wiring. Copper is durable and an excellent conductor of electricity, which makes it ideal for use in electrical applications.

Network Cabling Services from High Wire Networks

High Wire’s network and cabling project managers are highly trained experts that ensure every installation for our partners is completed on time, on budget, and meets all codes and standards. We deliver turnkey, single and multisite cable solutions across the globe to meet your clients’ needs.

  • Turnkey solutions for partners
  • Single or multisite deployments
  • Global availability
  • Inside and outside plant cabling service
  • Structured cabling and low-voltage applications
  • Passive, active and predictive wireless site surveys
  • Installation
  • Maintenance
  • Diagnostics

High Wire Cabling and Infrastructure Solutions by the Numbers


3,000+ Miles of Cable
Structured cabling solutions large and small.


180+ Countries
Service in over 180 countries.


21,400 Devices Deployed in 90 Days
That was for a single customer. No project is too large.

High Wire Networks’ Transparent Cabling Scoping and Quoting Process

Our process begins with dispatching a High Wire cabling engineer to perform a comprehensive site walk-through to assess site and technology needs. Our team of solutions architects then develops a detailed, transparent services quote. Finally, those architects and our partners execute a cabling services scope of work (SOW) agreement.

  • Conduct On-site Network Cabling Survey and Assessment

    We perform a comprehensive on-site survey to determine network cabling needs.

  • Calculate Pricing for Network Cabling Services

    Based on the survey results, our solutions architects quote a price for our partners.

  • Create a Formal Network Cabling Services Debrief

    Our solutions architects and partners agree to a statement of work for cabling services.

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Network Cabling Services FAQs

Yes. High Wire’s designers and technicians are BICSI-certified in project management (RTPM), data center design (DCDC), outside plant (OP) and distribution design (RCDD). All cabling systems are built to EIA/TIA standards and in compliance with local codes and standards for all global locations.
We can, but in almost all cases, we discourage it. Unless your customer has a very small, fixed need that will never grow, structured cabling is the better long- term route on all fronts – performance, flexibility and price.
Yes. We perform passive, active and predictive wireless site surveys and deliver complete-lifecycle services for wireless cabling needs.

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