Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – August 2019

Welcome back, FiberLocator members! We’re here to kick off the new season by letting you know about the data updates we made in the month of August.

As of September 2019, FiberLocator contains information from 334 unique carriers, and there are now a total of 402 map layers available within FiberLocator Online. Visit our Current Data page for even more information on the data you’ll find inside FiberLocator!

In August we added new maps for Rural Access Network (metro), Smartcom Telephone (metro), and United Fiber and Data (long haul). We also added multiple new lit buildings and data centers, and updated existing information from multiple carriers. See all of the information updates below!

Updated/Verified Maps:

123Net metro
123Net long haul
Arvig metro
Blue Ridge Internetworks metro
Casair metro
Consolidated Telephone Co metro
Fiberlight metro
Mid-Atlantic Broadband metro
Resurgence Infrastructure Group long haul
United Fiber and Data metro
ZenFi Networks metro
ZenFi Networks metro planned

New Lit Buildings:

  • Rural Access Network
  • Verizon Telecom (VZT)

Updated/Verified Lit Buildings:

Bluebird Network
China Telecom Americas
Consolidated Telephone Co
Mid-Atlantic Broadband

New Data Centers:

  • Resurgence Infrastructure Group

Updated/Verified Data Centers:

  • Atlantic Metro Communications
  • Cogent
  • Lumos
  • QTS Data Centers

We hope you’re as excited about these updates as we are!

Do you want to see your carrier data in FiberLocator? We do too. We love adding new data and refreshing the information in FiberLocator. Reach out to for more information.

Or – if you are a current FiberLocator customer, please take a few minutes to provide feedback so we can continue improving our product, and feel free to let us know what data you’d like to see within the platform.

Happy Autumn!

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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