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FiberLocator Data Updates

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! 

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – Updates from November

Happy Fall, FiberLocator users! We are kicking off this season with 327 unique carriers for fiber maps and 389 map layers. Click here to see the latest and greatest FiberLocator numbers! 

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – Updates from October

Happy Fall, FiberLocator users! We are kicking off this season with 327 unique carriers for fiber maps and 389 map layers. Click here to see the latest and greatest FiberLocator numbers! 

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – Third Quarter

Happy Fall, FiberLocator users! We’ve wrapped up a fantastic third quarter and are excited to share our progress with you. In addition to 25 Lit Building updates, we’ve also updated 39 fiber maps and added 1! Click here to see the latest and greatest FiberLocator numbers! 

Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – Updates from June

Happy Summer, FiberLocator users! We’re continuing to rock this summer with 327 unique carriers for fiber maps and 386 map layers. And did you hear the news? We’ve reached over a million unique lit building addresses!  Click here to see the latest and greatest FiberLocator numbers! 

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