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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…

VETRO FIBERMAP™ AND CCMI ANNOUNCE INDUSTRY-LEADING PLATFORM INTEGRATION

CCMI’s FiberLocator Database Housed Within VETRO FiberMap™ Network Mapping and Management Solution Provides ISPs with Unprecedented Functionality and Seamless Access to Market Intelligence and Network Infrastructure Discovery.

Introducing FiberLocator 3.0 – Now featuring Google Maps!

The next version of FiberLocator is here, and it features a major product upgrade: we’ve transitioned to Google Maps! The move away from Bing for FiberLocator 3.0 will provide a better experience for our customers on multiple levels, including improved…

A look at the FiberLocator acquisition

It’s a new era here at FiberLocator! As you may have heard, FiberLocator was acquired in July by CCMI. CCMI remains in partnership with NEF, FiberLocator’s original parent company, though FiberLocator’s staff have joined CCMI and CCMI has taken on all…

Fall Season Looks Especially Explosive for FCC

The following is an excerpt of CCMI’s TelcoExchange Blog by FCC insider Andy Regitsky. We’ll occasionally share updates as they pertain to FiberLocator. It was a lazy summer for the FCC. The two new commissioners acclimated themselves to their new…

Welcome Aboard Kristen!

FiberLocator would like to welcome Kristen Craddock to the team! Kristen joined FiberLocator in July as an account manager. She’s excited to bring her extensive sales experience to the FiberLocator team and learn more about the telecom industry after working…

I don’t know how I lived without FiberLocator.  Between the lit building lists and the fiber maps, I can see everything I need to see very quickly, and I use it every day.  I can’t imagine not using it now,…

John-Paul Court,
Fusion Networks
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