WireHopper Connecting carriers, and clients, better and faster
  WireHopper helps CLECs find carriers to provide connections while new or existing lines are being built or having service difficulties.



What is WireHopper?
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Search for carriers
   Carrier list

Build a network
   Wirehopper networks

Traffic calculator

How do I build a Network?

The network builder has been disabled for security reasons.

You can build a Wirehopper Network by selecting cities, towns, or areas to connect. Wirehopper will then find carriers that serve those areas and create a list of the areas to be connected, and the carriers that serve them.

Wirehopper adds a cross-reference, so you can quickly see which carriers serve which areas. There is statistical data that identifies the carriers that serve the most areas - and the ones that serve all of them.

The tool is free, and no identifying data is stored in the network list. The list is stored in XML, and easily viewed with Internet Explorer.

Privacy e-mail: webmaster -at- wirehopper.com Copyright 2003-2009 Betsy A. Gamrat. All rights reserved. Updated: 4 April 2009.

Wirehopper is a powerful telecommunications resource site. It has a directory of most major U.S. facilities-based carriers, a geographic search feature that allows you to search for carriers that serve specific areas. There is a network builder that can be used to create a network connecting many areas, listing the carriers that connect each area, a carrier/connection matrix, and carrier statistics that indicate the carriers that serve the most areas in the network. There is also a telecom traffic calculator that includes Erlang B and C, EngSet, Poisson, and Binomial functions. A forum, glossary, related links, and FAQ page are provided.

This is a free site, any facilities-based carrier can be listed, please contact the webmaster for details.

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