National Wireline Competitive Infrastructure Databases

GeoResults National Wireline Competitive Infrastructure Databases GeoResults has developed a unique and proprietary set of analytical methodologies and procedures to produce a comprehensive set of National Competitive Telecom Infrastructure Databases to help our Service Provider clients better understand the network equipment and network switching deployment profiles for each of their potential competitors and their potential Retail transport connectivity clients in any U.S. market. Service Provider clients also use this information to define their POP and Central Office collocation strategies, to identify potential Retail transport connectivity clients and to identify and locate attractive addressable clusters of bandwidth intensive commercial office businesses and buildings.

GeoCLEC™

The GeoCLEC™ Database is a national listing of all building locations, whether fed by copper or fiber infrastructure, that have been identified by GeoResults research as being served by one or more Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLEC). This database also contains the name of each individual CLEC that has placed network equipment at each CLEC enabled building. GeoResults has developed information on over 660,000 CLEC enabled building locations and over 1,100,000 individual CLEC Service Providers that have placed network equipment at these buildings. This database is a national database that covers over 330 Metropolitan Statistical Areas as well as all non-MSA territories in the US market.

GeoLIT™

The GeoLIT™ Database is a national listing of all building locations that have been identified by GeoResults research as being served by one or more fiber enabled Telecom Service Providers, either ILEC or CLEC. This database also contains the name of each individual ILEC and CLEC that has placed fiber enabled network equipment at each “lit” building. GeoResults has developed information on over 103,000 fiber “Lit” building locations and over 165,000 individual ILEC and CLEC Service Providers that have placed network equipment at these “lit” buildings. This database is a national database that covers over 330 Metropolitan Statistical Areas as well as all non-MSA territories in the US market.

GeoSwitch™

The GeoSwitch™ Database is a national listing of all building locations that have been identified by GeoResults research as having one or more telecom wireline switches, including all central office and non central office switch building locations in the United States. This database contains each wireline switch building location along with the name of each Switch Service Provider located at this building, the 11 character CLLI code for each switch at this building, the NPA/NXX blocks of 1000 numbers assigned to each switch and the telecom rate center associated with each NPA/NXX block of numbers.

GeoLIT Node™

The GeoLIT Node™ Database is a comprehensive national listing of all individual pieces of fiber optic enabled network equipment that have been located at each fiber “lit” building along with the estimated bandwidth capacity of each piece of fiber optic enabled network equipment. The bandwidth capacity of each piece of fiber optic network equipment is stated in High Speed LAN, 10/100 Router, OC3, OC12, OC48 or OC192 terms. GeoResults has developed information on over 360,000 pieces of fiber enabled network equipment at these fiber “Lit” building locations. This database is a national database that covers over 330 Metropolitan Statistical Areas as well as all non-MSA territories in the US market.

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GeoResults has developed information on over 35,750 telecom wireline switches located in over 5,000 CLEC Switch buildings and over 20,000 ILEC Switch buildings. This database is a national database that covers over 330 Metropolitan Statistical Areas as well as all non-MSA territories in the US market.

GeoCollocation™

The GeoCollocation™ Database is a national listing of all incumbent ILEC central office building locations that have been identified by GeoResults research as well as the names of each Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) that has an equipment presence in each central office building. This report will also identify if the CLEC has a fiber optic enabled network equipment at this building and if the equipment presence in a physical or virtual collocation site. GeoResults has developed information on over 40,000 CLEC equipment appearances in over 20,000 incumbent ILEC central office building locations. This database is a national database that covers over 330 Metropolitan Statistical Areas as well as all non-MSA territories in the US market.