A collection of metro fiber maps for the states of Arizona and New Mexico. Well, mostly that means the Phoenix metro area right now. I don’t actually have any maps at all for New Mexico yet, but if I find any this is where they will go. There’s not a lot of competitive fiber in the desert southwest, which of course isn’t that surprising. But there really ought to be some in a few of the larger cities beyond Phoenix…
|Crown Castle||Phoenix, Tucson||both|
|Level 3 Communications||Phoenix, Tucson||Both||Google Maps interface, zoom in|
|Unite Private Networks||Page AZ||Dark|
|Zayo||Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson, Albuquerque||Both||Google Maps interface|
|Still seeking maps for the following known providers:|
|Cogent||Phoenix||Lit||on-net buildings tool|
|TW Telecom||Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque||Both|
Where possible, all links are to material offered on the websites of the company operating the fiber. I prefer such links, but will sometimes host the files myself where the operator agrees, and in rare cases may point to third party sources. Where available, links to on-net building lists are also given.
Additional maps of metro fiber networks that ought to be on this list are very welcome, as are corrections to the above links. Please just leave a comment below or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I can help as a tw telecom resource for Phoenix Metro Fiber maps. email@example.com
Ironsides Group a Turn-key ISP & OSP Telecom Contractor is currently searching for additional City/Metro and Long Haul projects.
Zona Communications provides Fiber to the Home.
I am not an employee of Zona. I am just aware of their service.
Not certain if this is the ideal place to ask. But do you have a comprehensive map of the United States fiber network? I have crazy ideas that CenturyLink drove me to with their monopoly on DSL available in my region, and I wish to see if my ideas are possible to folks more in the know.