Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR) has announced Frontier Managed SD-WAN, an end-to-end, Software Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solution that provides WAN-wide visibility, agility, control and AWS Cloud integration.
Combined with SD-WAN Managed Private Network (SD-WAN EVPL), Frontier Managed SD-WAN is a powerful solution that simplifies network management operations, delivers enhanced service-levels (SLA) and offers a compelling alternative for enterprise customers looking to transition from complex, costly and static MPLS networks.
Frontier´s new Managed SD-WAN offers the enterprise customer a choice and puts them in control with either a fully managed or a co-managed model. Through an intuitive user-friendly portal, the customer can implement WAN-wide configurations to reflect traffic conditions and business and application priorities.
Featuring dynamic routing capability, Application Aware Routing (AAR) with 2000+ application signatures, Frontier´s Managed SD-WAN provides direct and secure access to the cloud as well as Frontier hardware redundancy to ensure network uptime and reliability.
For enterprise customers, static network configurations have become too complex and unsustainable to meet the continued growth of cloud implementations and bandwidth demand driven by increasing mobile device use. The comprehensive new features of Frontier´s Managed SD-WAN address the needs of enterprise customers seeking to move to an agile digital networking model while maintaining security, performance, and resiliency.
Frontier Communications is committed to helping customer navigate Internet and entertainment services. As a provider of providing communications services to urban, suburban, and rural communities in 29 states, Frontier offers a variety of services to residential customers including video, high-speed Internet, advanced voice, and Frontier Secure® digital protection solutions over its FiOS and Vantage fiber-optic and its copper networks. Frontier Business offers communications solutions to small, medium, and enterprise businesses. For more information, visit Frontier.com.