Frontier Communications launches managed WLAN installation services
Frontier’s Managed Wireless LAN program combines managed Wi-Fi with additional managed services including broadband, Ethernet, security, installation, support and monitoring.
Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR) has announced the launch of its Managed Wireless LAN program for medium businesses and large enterprises, which combines hosted and managed technology with the company's "one-stop-shop" network installation, management, maintenance and analytics services.
"To focus on their core business, or to simplify operations and reduce costs, enterprises are increasingly entrusting key parts of their IT infrastructure to managed network service providers,” notes Daniel Peiretti, senior vice president of commercial product and marketing for Frontier Communications. "Frontier’s Managed Wireless LAN combines managed Wi-Fi with additional managed services including broadband, Ethernet, security, installation, support and monitoring to create a uniquely-tailored and reliable solution."
For the program, Frontier professionally designs, installs, operates, proactively monitors and manages high-capacity wireless LAN systems. Combined with Frontier’s extensive Ethernet connectivity capabilities, the company says the program allows a customer’s employees, contractors, customers and guests to work and interact virtually anywhere within a network. Frontier claims its Managed Wireless LAN platform "easily scales as business needs grow, relieving customers of the cost and administrative burden of keeping core technology and software up-to-date."
“Frontier is leveraging its expertise in network management and the reliability of the Frontier network to provide a new level of service for our customers, enabling personalization of services without compromising their stability or integrity," adds Frontier's Peiretti. "Customers can adapt Frontier’s solutions to meet their most unique needs — such as integration with IoT applications to reduce energy consumption, use of a softphone and voice over wireless technology to mitigate poor cellular reception, tracking expensive assets at hospitals and manufacturing sites, and inventory management in retail and warehousing environments, among a wide variety of innovative uses.”
In addition, Frontier offers 24/7 customer support and robust network backhaul that it says allows heavy data traffic users to seamlessly collaborate via voice and video. Learn more at enterprise.frontier.com or speak with a Frontier business expert at 1-800-921-8102.
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