Government: Government Solutions
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Ready for Emergencies…Today and Tomorrow
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City of Silverton Expands Network
Business Connections - Government Volume 5
In emergency situations, rapid response is essential. Frontier's E9-1-1 service provides Public Safety Answering Points that automatically identify a caller's telephone number and location so that emergency responders can quickly reach incapacitated callers. And Frontier’s system also supports the 70% of 9-1-1 calls from mobile and handheld devices.
The public sector increasingly expects the convenience and seamless flexibility of fast, secure wireless Internet access when visiting or working in a government facility. But there’s also pressure to keep costs down.
At any governmental level, installing economical Frontier Wireless Internet enables efficiency and productivity that maximizes customer service. All agencies are ideal candidates for Wi-Fi connectivity, but these may benefit the most:
Public works departments
Police and Fire Departments
Administrators and Staff
- State Agencies
Communications and Network Equipment
Frontier offers a wide range of business phone systems, IP network switches and routers, and IP Office Management Systems from some of the most prominent providers in the world—platforms and components manufactured by Mitel, Avaya, ADTRAN and Cisco. Fully integrated with Frontier products and services, they provide world class end-to-end solutions for your facility.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Solutions
In the mission-critical environment of governmental affairs, crucial details can change in an instant. Frontier's VoIP technology routes voice calls over IP networks, enhancing productivity and reducing costs. VoIP phone systems can be configured to simultaneously ring on multiple devices—accelerating the delivery of time-sensitive information. There’s no need to maintain separate voice and data networks, so you can lower costs for local and long distance calls.