Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – December 2020

We hope you all had a safe and happy new year! As our first update of the year, we welcome you back to several fiber maps and lit building announcements, along with updates with data centers.

At the time of this posting, we now have solid information from 345 carriers in FiberLocator, including 420 map layers. Our dedicated team continues to work hard with carriers in collecting the most current and accurate data and provide that information to our members. For more details on our latest and substantial data stats, visit our Current Data page…right after you’ve finished reading this blog post of course!

Updated/Verified Maps:

Light Link Networks Metro
County of Dekalb, IL Metro
GVTC Metro
GVTC Proposed
GVTC Scheduled
Marysville, OH Metro
Segra Metro
VPS Network Alliance Metro
Windstream Long Haul
Vermont Center for Geographic Information Metro


Updated/Verified Lit Buildings:

  • Skywire Networks
  • Cogent
  • Comcast
  • Windstream


Updated/Verified Data Centers:

  • Immedion
  • Steadfast Networks
  • Superb Internet Corp
  • Springs Hosting
  • Vxchange
  • Lincoln Rackhouse
  • NYI

It’s always a pleasure to receive so many new and updated records from our carrier partners! Thank you to everyone who have provided us with data and updates in the past and to continue to do so.  Your fiber maps updates and lit building data is so vital for FiberLocator in its continued progression as the reliable source everyone depends on.  If you are a telecom carrier, we’d love to add your data to FiberLocator. Contact us at for more information on how to submit or update your data so our members can find your information in FiberLocator. 

Members, if you have a few moments, we would love to hear from you! Let us know what data sets you’d like to see within the platform. This helps us to know where to focus our efforts provide the best experience possible.

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