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Fiber Maps and Lit Building Updates – Updates from January 2019

Welcome back, FiberLocator users! 2019 is off to a great start with 330 unique carriers for fiber maps and 395 map layers. Click here to see the latest and greatest FiberLocator numbers.

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Updated/Verified Maps:

123Net Metro
123Net Long haul
Casair Metro
City of Kings Mountain, NC Metro
City of Sandy Springs, GA Metro
Direct Communications Metro
Enlite Fiber Metro
Enlite Fiber Leased
Enlite Fiber Metro – planned
Everstream Metro
FiberCast Metro
Grande Metro
Hargray Metro
Mahaska Comm Group Metro
MCNC Metro
Mid-Atlantic Broadband Metro
Noel Communications Metro
Noel Communications Long haul
North Georgia Network Metro
NOVEC Metro
Nutmeg Network Metro
RCN Metro
Southern Telecom Metro
Summit IG Metro
Syringa Networks Metro
Syringa Networks Long haul – leased
Telia Carrier Long haul
Telia Carrier International
Unite Private Networks Metro
US Internet Metro
US Internet Metro – planned
Wicked Bandwidth Metro

Updated/Verified Lit Buildings:

  • Atlantech Online
  • Celito.net
  • Cogent
  • Comcast
  • Independents Fiber Network
  • Metronet
  • Mid-Atlantic Broadband
  • Noel Communications
  • Syringa Networks
  • Unite Private Networks
  • US Internet
  • Wicked Bandwidth
  • Zayo

Updated/Verified Data Centers:

  • Celito.net
  • Cogent
  • Unite Private Networks
  • Zayo

Additional Updates:

If you have data updates, such as fiber map and data information that you would like to share, please upload them via our submit data tool. For a demonstration on how to upload data, contact the FiberLocator Support Team at support@fiberlocator.com.

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