Industry Overview

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Local, State, Federal Government

Identify all data carriers that serve an area

Compare prices and minimize costs associated with leased data circuits

Identify different carriers for high availability and backup circuits for redundancy

Study change over time to infrastructure by speed, technology and areas served

Know what locations lack or do not have certain types of service

Use availability and service area data in new project planning to know where any high construction costs may be due to lack of infrastructure

Compare private carrier service areas to other governmental data to increase situational awareness of the local economic conditions

Leverage private sector infrastructure to maximize public dollars for projects such as camera systems, smart highway and automated data collection systems

Use informationon to leverage public/private project initiatives


Financial Institutions can develop their own proprietary information network, as well as determine the service provider market for new locations

Planning for the implementation of remote banking services

Examine clients marketing methods and distribution area to compare against the market being served


Conduct detailed market comparative analysis

Use actual household’s past data with industry reports that show market adoption rate and tabulate total subscriber counts

Identify potential number of unserved customers

Investigate prime market opportunities

Seek out unserved market areas and know the potential number of customers

Evaluate existing carriers and the specific competition faced in individual markets

Create detailed due diligence studies with maps and real data

Study and report comparative speed offerings

Know what ability a carrier has for expansion by understanding the existing technology they use

Understand the costs they would have to incur to stay competitive in the future

Examine client’s marketing methods and distribution area and compare it against the market being served

Know where cable systems are deployed and examine if cable TV advertising would reach the geographic areas desired for the client, helping them more effectively spend advertising dollars

Real Estate

Show which areas have broadband service

Determine what maximum speeds are available by specific locations

Identify different carriers for high availability and backup circuits for redundancy

Show broadband connectivity for both residential and commercial structures and developments

Show how many broadband choices a location has

Show cellular/mobile broadband coverage for a location

Show Cable providers for an area

Show Phone Companies servicing an area

Economic Development

Display and study various broadband carriers to help recruit new business

Compare prices and minimize costs associated with leased data circuits

Use to narrow down locations that have specific data infrastructure requirements

Show areas that meet technology and/or speed criteria. Overlay this with zoning maps and/or available parcel and business data

Use information to help economic development plans by showing data infrastructure strengths and weaknesses

Examine mobile broadband and cellular coverage to coincide with other data requirements

Determine if economic development and industrial zones have strong data infrastructure and if not the distances away from same

Understand broadband and high speed internet availability and capacity and compare that information to other adoption data

Locate areas without high speed internet services or inadequate service

Identify specific carriers to partner with, improve services, and solve problems by knowing where they currently operate and their technology and network capacities


Network planning for Universities and other academic institutions

Enhance competitive advantage with evaluation and improvement of telecommunication infrastructure

Explore opportunities for implementing distance learning and other off-site cloud computing options

Coordinating with other academic networks to apply information technology

Urban Planning

GeoTel’s telecommunications infrastructure data is used to determine available service providers within a network area

Analyze customer service areas to show underserved areas

Overlay telecom data with zoning maps and/or available parcel and business data

Perform customer segmentation analysis for economic development considerations

Private Enterprise

Private enterprise entities can develop or plan telecommunications network infrastructure

Analyze location’s service provider information for enterprise expansion

Determine economic and industrial zone’s data infrastructure and determine distances to and from various service providers

Gaming Networks

Securing fiber infrastructure for complex gaming platforms

Creating dedicated cloud solutions for gaming experience in real-time

Identifying and customizing a fiber network built for hosting large gaming events

Build scalable platforms for future growth into global markets for both home and mobile devices