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ADTRAN’s Virtual Wireless LAN Solution Adds to the Fun at Starlite Family Fun Centers

Family Fun for Everyone The Starlite Family Fun Center, located in Sharpsburg, Georgia, is a popular source for family fun in the area. The center offers a family atmosphere with abundant activities such as; roller skating, laser tag, a large soft playground and a huge arcade which allows guests to win tickets that can be exchanged for numerous prizes. The Stuff Shop, […]

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North Idaho College Leverages Virtualization to Scale Their Wireless LAN

75 Year History of Higher Learning Founded in 1933, North Idaho College’s (NIC) 45-acre campus is located on the beautiful shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene, a focal point for the North Idaho region. As one of three community colleges in the state, NIC has partnered with the University of Idaho, Lewis-Clark State College, and Idaho State University to enhance the higher education opportunities available […]

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Frontier’s Leading-Edge Technology and Commitment to Customer Service – The Right Combination

LASSEN COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION CHOOSES FRONTIER HOSTED VOIP Robert Talley, Technology Coordinator Shannon Elliot, Assistant Technology Coordinator Integrated Networks and Today’s Economy The power of IP telephony is prompting many users of legacy phone systems to consider the switch to a new world of Voice over IP (VoIP) solutions. VoIP seamlessly integrates voice and data, […]

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Oregon Community Expands Telecom Network Capabilities and Coverage

Communities across the nation recognize an upgraded telecommunications network infrastructure as an essential component for economic growth in today’s digitally connected business environment. For areas where upgrades are not yet in place, solutions from Frontier Business Edge offer improved connectivity to streamline service operations and deliver next-generation bandwidth to meet the demand for increased speed […]

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Frontier Partners with Post Falls Police Department, Idaho for Next-Generation 911

Nestled in scenic North Idaho, the Post Falls Police Department is responsible for the public safety of nearly 30,000 residents in Post Falls and more than 7,000 residents in the nearby city of Rathdrum. The police department also provides assistance to other law enforcement and emergency response agencies throughout the larger metropolitan area of Coeur […]

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Woodward Academy Combines Tradition and Innovative Learning with vWLAN

Woodward Academy is the largest independent school in the continental United States. It offers a full-range of college preparatory instructional tracks to more than 2,600 students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 on two campuses. A quick look shows that Woodward Academy is a unique learning environment. A typical graduating class sends 100% of its members to college and devotes 5,000 hours to community service projects. […]

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Napa Auto Parts Never Misses a Call with New Phone System from Frontier Communications

Porter Enterprises Headquartered in Northern California in the town of Susanville, Porter Enterprises is a group of 11 locally owned, independently operated auto parts retailers under the Napa Auto Parts name. Porter Enterprises dba Napa Sierra has approximately 60 employees serving more than 25,000 customers across Northern California, Oregon and Nevada. The group has grown from 6 to 11 stores in […]

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VoIP versus PBX: Which solution is best for your business

When people wonder about the difference between VoIP and PBX systems, they’re actually comparing apples and oranges. VoIP, which stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, refers to how voice signals are transmitted and is best compared with traditional telecommunication delivery methods. On the other hand, PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange–a private telephone network where […]

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5 Free Online Tools Your Business Should Be Using

With your business, you’re undoubtedly busy. Every business needs tools and resources that can both make your job easier and save or make you money. Of course, online there are thousands of tools you could be using, but many are over-the-top flashy while others are incredibly expensive. How do you know which online tools will […]

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St. John’s Prep Embraces the Cloud with Bluesocket’s Virtual Wireless LAN Solution

A Long-standing History of Fostering Intellectual Growth St. John’s Prep is a rigorous college preparatory school located 15 miles northeast of Boston, MA. Its 175 acre campus serves 1,200 students. Focused on creating an atmosphere that fosters intellectual growth, St. John’s Prep is dedicated to preparing all of its students to take full advantage of today’s technology resources and encourages the use of Wi-Fi-enabled devices in […]

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