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FiberLocator Data Updates

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – October 2019

Happy November, FiberLocator members! As usual, our team is hard at work making sure that our information is both current and accurate. Take a look at the updates we’ve made, and the new data sets we’ve added, as of November…

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – September 2019

Welcome back, FiberLocator members! The team has been hard at work over the last month gathering new information to pass along to our valued subscribers. As of October 2019, FiberLocator contains information from 336 unique carriers, and there are now…

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – August 2019

Welcome back, FiberLocator members! We’re here to kick off the new season by letting you know about the data updates we made in the month of August. As of September 2019, FiberLocator contains information from 334 unique carriers, and there…

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – Updates from July 2019

Welcome back, FiberLocator members! Can you believe it’s already August? Even in the middle of Summer, the team here at FiberLocator kept busy gathering new maps and updating our information to bring the most up to date, accurate information to…

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – Updates from 1H 2019

Welcome back, FiberLocator members! The first half of 2019 has come to a close, and we’re hard at work gathering new maps and updating our current information to bring the most up to date, accurate information for our members. As…

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! 

“From both a pricing and utility standpoint, FiberLocator is a no-brainer.  Not only does it save us a huge amount of time, but the database has opened us up to many new niche markets and vendors in those markets.  We…

Priscilla Rivas, Director, Wholesale and Carrier Sales
NTS Communications
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