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Feature Spotlight: Lit Buildings in FiberLocator

In addition to showing you fiber lines, FiberLocator enables you to search and map lit building and data center locations as well. With the click of a button, you can see the physical location of “on-net” buildings and the carriers…

New Feature in FiberLocator: Zoom to Extent

FiberLocator has released a feature in the fiber location tool that allows you to view the entire range of a particular carrier’s fiber network coverage, using the “Zoom to Extent” tool. The zoom feature enables efficient research in fiber mapping…

FiberLocator Tip: Have You Tried the “Save Session” Feature?

We know that sometimes you are trying to do many things at once. If you are searching in FiberLocator and you get interrupted or need to step away, did you know you can save your session? Save Feature: If you…

FiberLocator Tip: How Do I Change My Password?

Users of FiberLocator often contact us trying to find where they can change their password through the FiberLocator website. There actually is no function to change your password. For security reasons, we don’t have this capability built into the tool…

Number Your World: FiberLocator System Update

Make sure to log into FiberLocator to check out the latest updates! This week’s platform update brings back an old favorite feature, and introduces what will hopefully become a new favorite as well. First, back in with the old: we…

Introducing FiberLocator Training

First there was the telephone… Then came email… Finally, the smartest, easiest and most complete way to do telecom network research was born — FiberLocator! FiberLocator is growing by leaps and bounds, and many are curious to know more about…

“CFN’s focus from the start has been to improve connectivity and promote competitive broadband for the Central Ohio region. Publishing our asset maps and data in FiberLocator is a critical way we raise visibility for this network and let others…

Columbus FiberNet,
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