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Frontier Connect – WAN.

A simple, all-inclusive* out-of-the-box WAN solution to connect employees, streamline data access, and help secure your business network from a single provider. Our solution includes Internet access, making it super easy for you to get up and running …fast.

This easy-to-use, fully managed solution via a cloud-based portal gives you greater visibility and control of your network connectivity, security, QoS, and reporting — all from a single Communications Service Provider for “one stop shop” convenience. Frontier Connect – WAN. provides the features and functionality you need right out of the box, without complex modification hassles. We did the research and legwork; you simply apply the benefits to your bottom line and get managed solutions for streamlined business success.

Benefits of Frontier Connect – WAN.


Cloud Based


Security


Cost Savings


Network Agility

  • Rapid services deployment - Enables you to rapidly and easily deploy WAN services (such as bandwidth and firewall) to distributed branch operations without the need for IT personnel to visit the sites.
  • Business agility and optimization - Personifies business agility and optimized performance from both a deployment and management perspective.
  • Cost savings | Saves money by providing the benefits of reliable, secure WAN service at lower Internet price points — a fraction of the cost of equivalent private network circuits. Moving network costs away from hardware expenses lets you reinvest those dollars to other business priorities.
  • Cloud based management with high security - Optimizes cloud architecture to provide secure, high‐performance connections from the branch to the cloud and significantly improve the experience of remote workers using the cloud/SaaS‐based applications.
  • Seamless traffic migration | Allows you to seamlessly migrate your existing MPLS network to a hybrid WAN without disrupting the MPLS network. Over time, you can migrate traffic growth toward more cost‐effective Internet access paths.
  • Traffic management & prioritization - Offers the ability, with higher throughput and greater reliability, to prioritize traffic and change traffic flows according to current network conditions with easy‐to‐use tools.
  • Advanced software-defined cloud based solution for agility - Supplies a transition from the proprietary hardware devices of private networks to a software‐defined network that is programmable, agile, and decoupled to keep pace with changing innovations in enterprise IT.
  • Security | Includes secure VPN services, stateful firewall, and the ability to integrate additional network components.
  • Online portal for reporting and management - Provides remote management and performance reporting via a portal.

Frontier Connect – WAN. Packages

Silver Package

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An easy-to-use, fully managed solution via a cloud-based portal -- all from a single provider -- for “one stop shop” convenience. Best for single-site customers who require reliability and security to support cloud applications with quality of service and business analytics

  • Internet access bundled with service (Broadband or Ethernet)
  • Self-serve for configuration and monitoring
  • Business analytics
  • Support speeds up to 100 Mbps
  • Stateful firewall protection
  • Traffic QoS
  • BYOIA (Bring your own Internet access) option

Gold Package

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An easy-to-use, fully managed solution via a cloud-based portal -- all from a single provider -- for “one stop shop” convenience. Best for multi-site customers who need advanced business features like redundancy.

  • Internet access bundled with service (Broadband or Ethernet)
  • Site-to-site and hub-and-spoke VPN support
  • Self-serve for configuration and monitoring
  • Advanced business analytics
  • 99.59% uptime guarantee
  • Supports speeds up to 100 Mbps
  • AES-256 traffic encryption
  • Stateful firewall protection
  • Link redundancy
  • Traffic QoS (per application)
  • BYOIA (Bring your own Internet Access) option

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