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Addition of 477 Broadband Data

FiberLocator continues to grow as a leader in the telecommunications industry! Now the tool just got better with the addition of 477 broadband data! To make sure you are familiar with the upgrade, our team has compiled a few notes…

New features and updates to FiberLocator

New Features and Updates to FiberLocator

Over the last few months, FiberLocator put a great deal of behind-the-scenes work in stabilizing the platform. In that timeframe, it is a thrill to announce that our original developer has rejoined us! This will allow our dedicated team to…

Carrier Spotlight

ZenFi Networks, a regional fiber optic, network edge colocation and wireless siting service provider operating in the New York and New Jersey metro region, has been a carrier on FiberLocator since 2016. The company recently expanded its network infrastructure and fiber…

CLECs Try to Save Unbundled Dark Fiber Transport

On November 25, 2019, the FCC released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) in Docket 19-308, in which it decided the time had come to forebear from enforcing the remaining section 251(c)(3) unbundled network element (UNE) requirements.  As we have…

Webinar Recap, Survey Results, and More!

It was great connecting with our subscribers in September. For a recap of the webinar, and survey results, read our latest blog post!

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…

“I have been using FiberLocator for a year and a half and have found it to be invaluable in providing high quality and comprehensive information about fiber routes and carriers that just isn’t available from any other single source. Every…

Michael Siteman, Commercial Real Estate Professional
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