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25 Maps Added or Updated in January

Neither snow nor rain will keep the FiberLocator team from completing its monthly updates! The research team added three maps and updated 22 others during the month of January. And with the telecom world constantly evolving with new mergers and acquisitions, FiberLocator corrected three data labels to keep user information as up-to-date as possible.

Added Maps

One of the highlights of this update is Zayo’s International map layer, as the company continues to expand around the globe.

CTS Telecom

Metro

Hargray

Metro

Zayo

International

Updated Maps

Atlantech Online

Metro

Axia NGNetworks USA/MassBroadband

Metro

BayRing Communications

Metro

CCOFI (Carver County Open Fiber Initiative)

Metro

Enlite Fiber by CEC

Leased

Enlite Fiber by CEC

Planned

Enlite Fiber by CEC

Metro

Fatbeam

Under Construction

Fatbeam

Metro

Finger Lakes Technologies Group (FLTG)

Metro

Hibernia

Metro

Involta (name change from DRS)

Metro

MCFN (Medina County Fiber Network)

Metro

Metropolitan Network Services

Metro

Shentel

Metro

Southern Telecom

Proposed

Southern Telecom

Long Haul

Southern Telecom

Metro

Sunset Digital Communications

Metro

WOW! Business

Metro

Zayo

Long Haul Dark

Zayo

Metro Dark

Corrected Data Labels

With Zayo’s acquisition of Viatel and WOW! Business’s purchase of Bluemile, the FiberLocator team altered three data labels in its database.

Viatel

Removed from the FiberLocator database

Bluemile – Metro

Changed to WOW! Business (Bluemile)

Bluemile – Dark

Changed to WOW! Business Dark (Bluemile)

As FiberLocator looks toward an early spring, the research team is also looking forward to additional database additions. Do you know of any lit buildings, data centers or network maps that you’d like to see in the next FiberLocator update? Submit your carrier info or contact our data team today.

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