It is almost summer, FiberLocator users! We are excited to finally welcome the warm weather, and with it some exciting FiberLocator data updates. Our team works hard to always be adding new information to our database, so make sure to check back every month to see what’s new! Anytime you want to see the most up-to-date statistics, you can go to our data page.
Our carrier spotlight this month is Union Wireless!
Union Wireless is a company that has been around since the early 1900s, when its founder realized there was a need for people to stay connected across Wyoming. Since then, it has grown from a humble telephone company to a prominent regional wireless provider with national and international partners and over 300 towers. They have a strong connection to their community and their mission statement is to support and bring service to those that have supported them in the past. Their network spans Wyoming, northwestern Colorado, and parts of Utah and Montana. Union has a focus on bringing wireless service to rural areas where many of their customers live and work and have previously gone unserviced. You can find Union Wireless’ maps in FiberLocator today!
We received new lit building records from the following carriers:
We received updated lit building records from the following carriers:
- Atlantic Broadband
- Hurricane Electric
- Indian Nation
We received the following new maps in May:
|Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC)||International|
|City of Renton, WA||Metro|
|Nutmeg Network (CEN)||Metro|
|Union Wireless||Under Construction|
|Union Wireless||Duct Only|
The following maps were updated or verified in May:
|County – Clackamas, OR||Metro|
|Finger Lakes Technologies Group||Metro|
With this data update, our counts are up to 325 unique carriers, 387 map layers, 1,086,925 carrier records in lit buildings and 718 unique lit building carriers! Make sure to watch for blog updates on our constantly growing database, and let us know if there is anything you’d like to see a blog post or an update about. You can contact us here.