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Frontier Communications offers voice, broadband, satellite video, wireless Internet data access, data security solutions, bundled offerings, specialized bundles for small businesses and home offices, and advanced business communications for medium and large businesses in 29 states with approximately 28,000 employees based entirely in the United States.

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Technology Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Guide for Small and Medium Business

Technology disasters can devastate small and medium-sized businesses. You risk down time, delay in product delivery, loss of client lists and client data, loss of consumer trust in your company, loss of customers, and you may face strict legal compliance requirements and potential lawsuits. Any one of these risks translates into short- and potentially long-term […]

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Planning Considerations for K-12 Communications Technology

K-12 schools are increasingly wanting to leverage new digital learning technologies to make education more effective, efficient and personalized. To be successful, it’s important to carefully plan and implement the communications solutions, including broadband and Wi-Fi, required for these technologies to be used to their full advantage. To learn more, read the whole white paper: […]

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Time Division Multiplexing to Internet Protocol

Businesses looking to secure a foothold as a competitive leader in their industries are turning to IP-based network solutions, and phasing out Time Division Multiplexing (TDM). In the past, TDM leveraged optimal solutions for business telephony needs; however, today’s demand for seamless integration of text, video and voice require that businesses adopt Internet Protocol (IP)- […]

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How Broadband Connectivity Impacts Health Care

Introduction/Overview In the 20th century, health care made a long list of advances including the introduction of the polio vaccine in 1954, Computerized Axial Tomography (CAT) scanning in 1975 and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in 1983. In the 21st century, equally impactful advances are being made due in part to broadband-enabled technologies. To learn more, […]

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Bandwidth’s Role in Helping Health Care Organizations Improve Efficiency and Reduce Costs

Today’s health care providers face increased expectations from patients, new government mandates on patient data, and pressure from all sides to control costs. Given these challenges, the health care industry is increasingly turning to communications technologies, particularly Internet access products, to improve patient care and increase cost efficiencies. The following questions were posed to a team of communications technology experts […]

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Frontier Communications’ Local Team and Fiber Connection Help Pave Way for Town Toyota Center’s Future Growth

Town Toyota Center Home to the Wenatchee Wild Hockey Team, the Town Toyota Center is a 4,300-seat multi-purpose arena owned and managed by the Greater Wenatchee Regional Events Center PFD (Public Facilities District). The Center is also home to the Wenatchee Figure Skating Club and Curling Club. To learn more, read the whole case study: Town Toyota Center – […]

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vWLAN Provides Poke Employees and Guests with Increased Connectivity and Reliability

Poke is a premier creative design agency who specializes in innovative concepts and unique online strategies. Recent client projects have included earning a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most tagged photo and starting the first YouTube Fashion Boutique. Due to expansion, the company’s initial wi-fi network was no longer providing the connectivity necessary and Poke realized they needed […]

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Northwestern Community Unit School District No. 2 – Case Study

Northwestern Community Unit School District No. 2 in Palmyra, Ill., is small in student numbers (just 350 total in Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade) and large in the geo-graphic area it serves (140 square miles in the northwestern part of Macoupin County). In addition, 50 percent of its students are from low-income households, many without computers. Despite these challenges, Northwestern has seen an […]

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Free Wi-Fi takes off throughout greater Rochester International Airport

The Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) began its partnership with Frontier in 2003 and its been a successful journey together ever since. During the first 10 years of the partnership, ROC provided space in the terminal for the Frontier Business Center and Frontier advertising throughout the airport. In return, Frontier provided two wireless networks in […]

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5 Ways to Boost Your Local Online Search Rankings

Online searches are the backbone of lead generation for businesses. Whether customers are on their computer, tablet, or smartphone, searching for local businesses online is now one of the main ways customers find information to make their purchase decisions. But getting your business to be one of the first search results potential customers see can […]

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