FiberLocator Data Updates

FiberLocator Pushes Its Map Layers to 326

Thanks to our great user base, our recent map updates pushed us to 326 map layers and 287 unique carriers. The FiberLocator team also issued a lit building update that pushed our totals to 469,853 lit building addresses and 557,148…

New Maps in Time for Fall

Another summer has passed, and the kids are back in school. At FiberLocator, we’re all for learning about new carriers and new map layers and finding ways to bring all that information to you. Today we’re happy to announce the…

It’s Getting Hot in Here – July’s Database Updates

Turn up the AC, close the door and shut the windows – FiberLocator is bringing the heat! Over the course of one month, we pushed the number of lit buildings in our network past 300,000, added nine new maps, updated…

Data-Center

FiberLocator Issues Major Data Center Update

With new data center and colocation options being added to the market along with changes brought on by M&A, network planners and enterprises need a data resource that is staying on top of the locations available and overlaying them with…

FiberLocator Gets New Layers for Summer

Layers are all the rave this summer – and no, we’re not talking about fashion. We’re talking about data and map layers added to FiberLocator to start the summer! With our recent map updates, our FiberLocator database now has 307…

BTTF

Back to the Fiber: Update Pushes Carrier Records Past 390,000

Great Scott! FiberLocator recently added over 28,102 carrier address records and 13,049 lit building addresses to its database. You may not be able to ride your hoverboard from one data center to the next, but you can find 391,391 carrier…

“At Global Communication Networks, knowledge and strategy is key when doing projects for the worlds largest companies. FiberLocator has been the best tool we have to show us where the On Net and “Close Net” fiber is. We have won…

Chris Palermo, President and CEO
Global Communication Networks
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