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Google Fiber has decided to shut down their fiber service in Louisville, Kentucky and pay $3.84 Million to assist in rebuilding the infrastructure when the fiber lines are pulled out. Back in February, Google announced they would close their fiber-based network in Louisville by April...

By GeoTel Communications Encompassing 97% of North America’s landmass, rural areas house 19.3% percent of the United States population, though this is close to 60 million people, these areas are struggling to find connectivity. For areas in rural America, the idea of stronger internet connectivity and fiber...

By GeoTel Communications With telecom companies across the globe racing to integrate 5G connectivity, is your business prepared? It would appear that lately, every telecom and tech news outlet is reporting that different companies are planning to unveil 5G connectivity. More powerful than the current 4G or...

By Jessica Lort So, do you like curves? We hope so because the Earth is a curvy place. The Earth itself is a three-dimensional, spherical shape. That is a lot of curvature. More specifically the Earth is an ellipsoid. An ellipsoid is a mathematical model that is the...

By GeoTel Communications With many companies, there comes a time when the concept of expansion and growth fill the horizon. Yet, with so many complex decisions to make while thinking of expansion, companies are relying on GIS data and fiber optic maps to make their decisions...

By GeoTel Communications Bots, a technology used to assist companies in the analyses of files, are now being blamed for the creation of false maps. As one of the first means of communication and direction, maps have long held a certain level of esteem among individuals. The...

by Sarah Pereau | 09 Aug 2017 AT&T ranked as the top fiber carrier with the largest presence of commercial fiber-lit buildings in the U.S. Vertical Systems Group (VSG) has listed AT&T as the top fiber carrier with the largest presence of on-net fiber-lit buildings in the U.S. VSG...