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TPS Reports and Fiber Maps – Did You Get That Memo?

One of the reasons the depiction of corporate bureaucracy and waste, personified by the Bill Lumbergh character in the movie “Office Space,” was so funny… was that it was so close to reality. Inefficient processes, extra steps and mundane paperwork…

FiberLocator® Adds Validation and Quote Request Features to Online Fiber Mapping Application

Online Subscribers are now able to take advantage of two-click third-party validation and pricing FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEWTON, Mass. (May 4, 2012) – FiberLocator Online, the centralized, searchable fiber network research database, has added critical new workflow-optimization features to the…

FiberLocator® Offers Enterprise License

Online Subscription Designed for Businesses with Ten or More Users   NEWTON, Mass. (March 7, 2012) – FiberLocator Online, the centralized, searchable fiber network research database, is now offering a cost-effective Enterprise License option for businesses with sizable user populations.…

FiberLocator® Closes Out 2011 Strong & Looks Ahead to an Exciting New Year

Online Subscriber Base Doubles & New Carriers Added Push Maps Total to Over 200 NEWTON, Mass. (Feb. 15, 2012) – FiberLocator Online, the centralized, searchable fiber network research database, has reported exponential growth in 2011, surpassing key milestones over the…

Columbus FiberNet Extends Their Reach through FiberLocator

CFN Adds Its Central Ohio Network Maps & Building Data to the Growing FiberLocator Database NEWTON, Mass. (Dec. 2, 2011) – FiberLocator announced today that Columbus FiberNet (CFN) has added its mapping data, including high bandwidth network locations and building…

“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…

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