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Telecom Talk – What Is FiberLocator?

  Topic: What Is FiberLocator? Guest: Mike Murphy, CEO,  FiberLocator is a web-accessible, GUI-interfaced system that enables network planners to search for fiber assets throughout the country. In this episode of Telecom Talk, we provide a quick overview of what FiberLocator…

Level 3 Considering Strategic Options

Changes may be afoot at Level 3. The Tier 1 network provider is said to be considering some strategic alternatives for the company’s future. While the talk is as yet unconfirmed, Comcast is said to be one of the top…

What’s New in FiberLocator

It’s the dog days of summer, and FiberLocator is battling the heat with its new and updated fiber maps. We added four new maps and updated or verified 16 others during the month of June, including three maps from Southern…

Carrier info is here!

We’re always adding more features to FiberLocator!  We have now added more detailed carrier and lit building information, both in the “My Workspace Panel” and on your map view. Interested in learning more about a specific carrier in the FiberLocator database?  There…

Remembering Veterans on Memorial Day

It’s important to remember that Memorial Day represents the sacrifices our veterans make to protect our nation – and sometimes the impact of those sacrifices isn’t felt until our veterans return home from duty. Every day, countless veterans struggle with…

FiberLocator 2.0.1 is now live!

As we’re always looking to improve FiberLocator by increasing its database of network information, improving its functionality and adding helpful features to the application, we are excited to tell you that we have launched FiberLocator 2.0.1!  We are grateful to our…

  I wish I had known about this tool 5 years ago. In a few minutes, I am able to see data which would have taken hours to compile. It is one of those tools that makes me wonder how…

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