Connecting the Region.
Preparing for the Future.
Harbor Link, Inc.® is a leader in telecommunications infrastructure, working to bring increased, affordable access to broadband for the public and private sectors throughout Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, and the surrounding areas.
Combined, Harbor Link’s leadership team has over 70 years of experience designing, building, and maintaining network infrastructure services, integral to a robust, comprehensive telecommunications pathway. Our open-access model lowers the cost and speeds the pace of fiber deployment. Our alternative fiber routes increase access to federal facilities, government agencies, and currently underserved communities throughout the region.
Markets We Serve >
▸ Education (School Districts
▸ Professional Services
▸ TELECOM CARRIERS/5G
Whether you’re looking to lease or own, Harbor Link’s easily scalable, high-capacity, secure fiber network is designed to serve both the current and future infrastructure needs throughout our footprint in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC.
A custom, dedicated Dark Fiber network provides all the privacy, security, and scalability required to perform mission critical operations without the cost of building and managing in-house.
A Private Network that is Dedicated, Secure, and Scalable
Our local and regional network spans across three major metropolitan areas: Baltimore, Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia, as well as a dedicated network for Delaware. We provide fiber-based connectivity delivering strategic path diversity and increased resilience with secure, underground, locked systems.
Building the Infrastructure of Community
Harbor Link is an African American majority-owned business dedicated to providing opportunities for expansion and success to underserved and underprivileged communities in Delaware, Baltimore, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia. Our new construction projects also create significant contracting opportunities for minority business enterprises, and we seek active participation from minorities, women, and veterans within the community.