Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – January 2020

Welcome back, FiberLocator members! It seems like the first month of the year flew by. As usual, the team has been working with carriers to gather up-to-date and accurate data to provide to our members. We’ve made new additions and updated existing maps, lit building information as well as data center locations!

We now have information from 339 carriers in FiberLocator, including 410 map layers. For more details on our latest and greatest data stats, visit our Current Data page. But for the January 2020 updates, keep reading this blog post!

New Maps:

Air Advantage metro
Air Advantage metro – leased
LS Networks metro
LS Networks long haul
Zayo long haul – leased
Zayo international long haul -leased

Updated/Verified Maps:

BalaLink metro
City of Kings Mountain metro
City of Sandy Springs, GA metro
MetroNet Fiber metro
NYSBA metro
SDN metro
SDN metro – leased
Sunzia Transmission metro
The Loop Manchester metro
Zayo long haul
Zayo international metro
Zayo international long haul

Updated/Verified Lit Buildings:

  • MetroNet Fiber
  • SDN
  • Shaw Communications
  • Wicked Bandwidth

Updated/Verified Data Centers:

  • T5 Data Centers

Thank you to everyone who provided new data and updates to FiberLocator last month! Let us know if you have any updates to the data you provide to FiberLocator or if you’d like to add your data to our platform. Contact us at for more information on how to submit or update your data so our members can find you in their FiberLocator searches. 

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

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