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The Leviton Difference

About Leviton Network Solutions

With Leviton Network Solutions, you get a customer-focused single-source global manufacturer of innovative end-to-end cabling systems, delivering the highest return on your infrastructure investment.

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Global Manufacturing

With nearly a dozen factories around the world, Leviton has the capacity for redundant operations so product is always available. And our make-to-order program makes it easier than ever to build the exact fiber or copper assemblies you need.

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Customer Focused

We're known for our seamless support, with responsive customer service teams and technical experts like data center designers, specification engineers, and logistics specialists. And as a single-source provider, you only have one contact for ordering, support, and warranties.

End-to-End Systems

We are a single-source for fiber and copper cabling systems. That means all components — jacks, cable, patch panels and more — are made in Leviton factories, where our engineers continually innovate on system performance and quality construction.

From the Data Center to the Desk

Leviton cabling systems support mission critical networks with demanding requirements. Our key customers include hyperscale data centers, hospitals, schools and universities, businesses, and government facilities.


1900s- 1920s

Isidor Leviton founds the company in New York City in 1906. Leviton originally makes mantle tips for gas lighting, then expands to produce switches, outlets, and light sockets. By the end of the 1920s, we offer more the 550 different electrical devices.

1930s- 1970s

Leviton acquires several more companies, including American Insulated Wire Company in 1937, adding wire, cable, and cords products to its offering. The company expands to offer more lighting and electrical technologies throughout the middle of the century.


The United States sees the deregulation of the telecommunications industry, ending AT&T’s telephone monopoly. As a result, Leviton Telcom division forms in 1985 in Seattle Washington, USA, to support high-speed communications.


Leviton enters the fiber optic connectivity market, investing in innovative connector technology through the acquisition of Northwest Fiber Optic Technologies.


Following the acquisition of Northwest Fiber Optic Technologies, Leviton Telcom is renamed Leviton Voice & Data.


We launch the highly successful EXTREME™ Category-Rated Copper System, which include innovative jacks with patented Retention Force Technology.


Leviton acquires Fiber Management Systems and its portfolio of products, which includes LightSpace™ enclosures — still used today by the U.S. Department of Defense.


Leviton acquires Fiber Connect Incorporated, a Chicago-based provider of high-speed data center fiber optic solutions, including pre-terminated make-to-order cable assemblies.


Leviton Voice & Data becomes Leviton Network Solutions, reflecting the expanded offerings of copper and fiber connectivity, power distribution, cable management, and data center solutions.


We introduce the industry’s first third-party verified component-rated Category 6A Copper System under the eXtreme brand, supporting high-speed 10GBASE-T networks.


Leviton offers the industry’s first 24-fiber MTP® cabling system (OPT-X™ Unity) for data center network migrations to 100 gigabits per second and beyond.


The OPT-X™ HDX fiber platform becomes available for data centers requiring higher densities and better space utilization in racks and cabinets.


Leviton introduces the award-winning ATLAS-X1™ Premium Copper System, offering tool-free terminations and the same jack form factor from Cat 5e to Cat 8.


Leviton acquires UK-based Brand-Rex, a leading network cabling manufacturer. It becomes the European headquarters for Leviton Network Solutions. The Glenrothes, Scotland facility was the one of the first to achieve carbon neutral status, in 2011.


Leviton opens a Data Center Factory at its Glenrothes, Scotland facility, providing customers across Europe, the Middle East, and Asia with custom pre-terminated cabling and cassettes, with rapid delivery.


Leviton expands its popular ATLAS-X1 platform by introducing its end-to-end Category 8 Cabling System — verified by third-party labs and supporting up to 40 Gb/s networks.


Leviton acquires a Data Center Factory in Florida, USA, extending our production capacity for quick-ship fiber and copper cable assemblies.


Leviton acquires Berk-Tek, a leading U.S. copper and fiber cable manufacturer. The acquisition cements Leviton Network Solutions as a single-source manufacturer of end-to-end systems for customers around the world.


Berk-Tek celebrates 60 years of cable manufacturing, providing high-performance cabling for enterprise and data center networks from its Pennsylvania and North Carolina factories.


Leviton Celebrates 50 Years of UK Cable Manufacturing. The Network Solutions facility in Glenrothes, Scotland reaches its “Golden” Anniversary, supporting customers in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.


Leviton releases 8 global copper and fiber systems. These globally available systems broaden Leviton’s ability to service multinational businesses with consistent global performance, support, and product offerings.


Leviton acquires PRISM Data Centre Solutions (DCS) Limited, a leading manufacturer of network enclosures. UK-based PRISM DCS adds network rack, data and server cabinets to Leviton’s system offering for enterprise and data center customers.

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