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Frontier launches cloud-based VOIP service

Rochester Business Journal
March 17, 2014

Frontier Communications Corp. has launched a commercial cloud-based voice-over Internet protocol service, Frontier AnyWare.

The aim of the service, which is powered by Mitel Networks Corp., is to provide customers a voice and data service that is affordable with options of better call management, Frontier said Monday.

“Frontier AnyWare is a natural expansion of Frontier’s portfolio of advanced networking solutions,” said Keith Blackmon, vice president of customer premise equipment sales for Frontier, in a statement.  “It is flexible, scalable and easy to use, making businesses more productive and confident they have a cloud solution based on their needs.”

Customers can reduce upfront costs such as buying phones with the cloud-based offering, Frontier said.

Ottawa-based Mitel has focused on VOIP products. Frontier was recognized as Mitel’s top U.S. channel partner for 2013.

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