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FiberLocator Data Updates

February Maps Update

Hello, FiberLocator users! Even though we may have 6 more weeks of winter, we are not slowing down with the FiberLocator updates. Along with rolling out our new Proprietary Data Self-Upload feature at the end of last month, we are excited to…

January FiberLocator Updates

Happy New Year, Fiberlocator users! We are ready to make 2017 the best year yet, starting with new or expanded map layers. We will also be debuting some new features to the tool later this month, so make sure to…

Internet Exchanges in FiberLocator

If you are a FiberLocator customer, you’ve probably noticed how exciting the last few months have been for the product. We’ve introduced the option for Cell Data, and also added a record-setting number of new maps and data sets. The…

December Lit Building Update

Happy Holidays, FiberLocator users!  We’ve been busy since last month, having already updated 15 maps and added 3 new maps. Luckily, we didn’t stop there! As of November, our Fiberlocator database now has updated lit building lists for: Alpheus Aureon…

December Map Updates

Happy December, everyone!  We’re excited to say that in addition to gathering heaps of new map data every month, our development team has been working on some new application developments that we’ll be rolling out later this month.  Get ready to…

November Lit Building Update!

In addition to adding 8 new maps and updating 39 maps, our data team has been hard at work updating FiberLocator’s lit building records!  As of November, the FiberLocator database now has: 534,351 lit building unique address records 678,250 carrier records…

FiberLocator is a required tool for anyone selling fiber at a national level.  If you are not using FiberLocator today, you are doing your clients a disservice by only providing them with partial options.  The team at Broadband Consultants uses…

Mark Radford, Co-Founder, Director of Operations and Quoting Team
Broadband Consultants
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