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Telephone Exchange Boundaries Available From Spatial Insights

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Monday, January 28th 2013
| Bethesda, MD USA


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Phone: 800-347-5291

Email:  sales@spatialinsights.com      Web:    www.spatialinsights.com

Telephone Exchange Boundaries Available From Spatial Insights

Bethesda, MD, 28-Jan-13 –  Telecommunication data, including wire center boundaries and switch locations for ILECs and CLECs,  central office locations, rate centers, area codes and LATA boundaries are available from Spatial Insights.  Leveraging Spatial Insights extensive network of telecommunication data providers, these data provide a current and updated view of the nations’ telecommunications landscape, and are available in all common GIS and database formats.  The data can be acquired for 1-time use, or on a subscription basis which includes updates.  Data from leading providers such as TomTom (TeleAtlas), Pitney Bowes Business Insight (MapInfo), and Maponics are available.   Let Spatial Insights help you understand which telecom data product best suits your needs.

Information about Spatial Insights tellecomunication and uilities data is available at the following URL: http://www.spatialinsights.com/catalog/default.aspx?category=30

 

Information about Spatial Insights wire center data is available at: http://www.spatialinsights.com/catalog/default.aspx?category=37

 

 

About Spatial Insights, Inc.

Spatial Insights is a geographic information services company specializing in innovative project consulting and mapping services, customized software solutions and data products for commercial organizations.  Additional information about Spatial Insights, Inc. is available at www.spatialinsights.com.

 

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