Looking for high capacity networks or fiber infrastructure by a specific area or region? FiberLocator has the information you need.

  • Search by city, state, region and even landmark
  • Turn on/off desired layers of long-haul fiber, metro fiber networks, lit buildings, data centers and more
  • See all carrier networks in your map view or select certain providers you prefer
  • Measure distances and see networks within a certain radius
  • Identify carrier data with the click of a button and request a network validation to confirm


Which carrier networks and on-net buildings are represented?

FiberLocator is a rapidly growing, centralized database that catalogs hundreds of alternative access fiber providers. From household-name CLECs and carriers to lesser known municipal and utilities networks, FiberLocator has street level fiber infrastructure, including carrier maps and even dark fiber maps, on-net buildings, and data centers.

Choose the data format that suits you best. Search anywhere in the US in seconds with FiberLocator Online, the easiest, smartest and most convenient fiber maps and data platform. Or, ask one of our map advisors to create a custom report of an area. For due diligence or more comprehensive research projects, rely on our team of experts to provide consulting, field level research and more.

Here are just a few of the bandwidth providers whose fiber network maps are represented in FiberLocator:

  • Alpheus
  • AT&T
  • Cogent
  • Comcast
  • Fatbeam
  • Fiberlight
  • Firstlight
  • Grande Communications
  • Integra Telecom
  • Level3
  • Pilot
  • Spectrum Business
  • Windstream
  • WOW! Business
  • Zayo

View map areas, on-net buildings and carriers with a demo of FiberLocator Online to see for yourself.

“From both a pricing and utility standpoint, FiberLocator is a no-brainer.  Not only does it save us a huge amount of time, but the database has opened us up to many new niche markets and vendors in those markets.  We…

Priscilla Rivas, Director, Wholesale and Carrier Sales
NTS Communications
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