Rail Yard, a provider of location-based connectivity data, announced the launch of its first-in-industry Connectivity Score, a rating that measures internet accessibility, speed and capability for commercial and residential properties. The metric, powered by a proprietary algorithm, aggregates and consolidates vast datasets from internet service providers, building owners and operators and government sources, and generates a score that makes it easy to understand internet access across multiple locations.
The Connectivity Score is available in a variety of intuitive display options to provide critical location-based data to CRE listing sites and platforms.
Building owners, managers and tenants can access this intuitive measure of internet connectivity at any location, nationwide. With near real-time data feeds from over 2,300 internet providers, covering 933 markets, and over 22,000 zip codes, the Connectivity Score offers transparency of connectivity options critical to making real estate decisions.
“Everyone is looking for fast and reliable internet service, and by introducing the Connectivity Score, we provide an easy way to evaluate properties and understand connectivity available at a location,” said Christopher Harman, co-founder of Rail Yard. “Demand for reliable internet has never been more critical, and we are excited to offer the Connectivity Score to our commercial real estate (CRE) partners who share our commitment to relevant, comprehensive and accurate commercial property data.”