FiberLocator Continues to Add Data in an Active M&A Market

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So close to 300. FiberLocator’s latest round of updates has brought the unique carrier count to 297. Just three more to go to hit 300 fiber providers with data in FiberLocator… or will that number change given how much consolidation continues to happen in telecom?

It’s been exciting to watch the market move and evolve with all the M&A activity. And with every deal, FiberLocator is actively updating its data sets. The most recent move by Verizon was the biggest in quite some time. Verizon snagged all the headlines when they picked up XO Communications, a household name in the telecom world.

With consolidation, there are always shifts. But thankfully, we’re working hard to provide great fiber data no matter what. This month we’ve added seven new maps and updated/verified 13 others, bringing the number of unique carriers to 297 and total data layers increased to 345.

Check out our latest additions and updates to FiberLocator.

New Maps

BP

Undersea Cable

District of N. Vancouver

Duct Only

District of N. Vancouver

Metro

Hudson Fiber

Metro

Wilcon

Dark

Wilcon

Under Construction

ZenFi

Metro

 

Updated Maps

Alpheus

Metro

Alpheus

Long Haul

Edison Carrier Solutions

Metro

Illinois (IL) Century Network

Metro

Indiana Fiber Network

Metro

Light Link Networks

Metro

MaineCom

Metro

NOVEC

Metro

Oxford Networks

Metro

Shentel

Metro

Summit IG (Infrastructure Group)

Metro

Sunesys

Metro

Wilcon

Metro

 

Do you have any suggestions for maps or lit buildings you’d like to see added to FiberLocator? Submit your carrier info or contact our data team today.

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Converged Network Services Group - The Premier Master Agency for Connectivity, Cloud and Cloud Enablement!
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