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Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – Updates from January 2019

2019 is off to a great start with 330 unique carriers for fiber maps and 395 map layers. See the latest and greatest FiberLocator numbers! 

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – Updates from December 2018

Welcome back, FiberLocator users! We ended 2018 with a great fourth quarter with 329 unique carriers for fiber maps and 394 map layers. See the latest and greatest FiberLocator numbers! 

FiberLocator and AT&T Partner to Provide Updated Connectivity Information

FiberLocator is excited to share that we recently teamed up with AT&T, the largest US-based provider of fiber for business services. The relationship will establish a reliable, single source solution for business customers to locate and sign up for fiber…

December Data Updates

The holidays are in full swing bringing cheer and new data updates for FiberLocator! This month our Carrier Spotlight is on Comcast Bushiness, we recently updated our database with a new list that they provided us. After uploading their new information, along with the help of other carriers, our database now includes 328 unique carriers for fiber maps with 393 map layers and over 970,000 lit building unique address records! Be sure to check out our most recent data stats here, and check back often for more updates.

Introducing FiberLocator 3.0 – Now featuring Google Maps!

The next version of FiberLocator is here, and it features a major product upgrade: we’ve transitioned to Google Maps! The move away from Bing for FiberLocator 3.0 will provide a better experience for our customers on multiple levels, including improved…

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“I have been using FiberLocator for a year and a half and have found it to be invaluable in providing high quality and comprehensive information about fiber routes and carriers that just isn’t available from any other single source. Every…

Michael Siteman, Commercial Real Estate Professional
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