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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…

Last Update Date and Contact Information for Fiber Maps Appearing Now in FiberLocator Online

As you may know, the FiberLocator team is always looking for new ways to improve FiberLocator. Many of our users have been asking for the ability to see more information and details about our fiber maps within the FiberLocator Online…

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…

FiberLocator and AT&T Partner to Provide Updated Connectivity Information

FiberLocator is excited to share that we recently teamed up with AT&T, the largest US-based provider of fiber for business services. The relationship will establish a reliable, single source solution for business customers to locate and sign up for fiber…

Welcome Aboard Craig!

FiberLocator would like to welcome Craig to the team! Craig joined FiberLocator in May as our first in-house Software Developer. He started writing software around 1997, at age 12, and hasn’t stopped since. Although we’re pretty sure he’s not an…

Welcome Aboard Allison!

FiberLocator would like to welcome Allison to the team! Allison joined FiberLocator in February as the data acquisition manager. She previously worked for CCMI, the company that purchased the FiberLocator tool in July 2017, as an account manager and held…

“OK. I’m addicted to your tool. It’s great. Is it perfect? No. However, I don’t know how others do their job without it. I just wanted to thank you and your team. I sincerely appreciate it. Have a great holiday…

Rob Butler,
Crossvergence
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