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Carrier Zoom View- New Feature!

You already know that FiberLocator Online can show you details on a fiber network down to street level, and you know you can “zoom to max extent” which shows you the entire United States. With the new Carrier Zoom View…

Now More Numeric Pushpins

You’ve been able to add multiple locations for some time now — but tracking only nine locations just wasn’t enough! Now you can track up to 20 distinct locations with numeric pushpins in FiberLocator Online. To use this feature, you…

Lit Building List Gets a Big Boost

FiberLocator is leaping tall buildings with a single bound! Or, at least we’re making significant additions to our rapidly growing list of on-net buildings. FiberLocator now catalogs over 215,000 on-net or “lit” buildings as reported by the carriers in FiberLocator.…

Submarine Cable Data & Landing Stations

New data is now available in FiberLocator! For a limited time, FiberLocator Online users can choose to view submarine cable operators and landing stations along with all the other great telecom data in the system.  If you have any questions…

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…

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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