Frontier Corp., Rochester, NY, has signed an agreement to buy GlobalCenter of Sunnyvale, CA, an

March 1, 1998

Frontier Corp., Rochester, NY, has signed an agreement to buy GlobalCenter of Sunnyvale, CA, an Internet, data, and digital-distribution service provider. Frontier company officials say the addition of GlobalCenter?s services to its integrated product offerings will leverage the capabilities of its nationwide fiber-optic network. The new company, to be called Frontier GlobalCenter, will stay in Silicon Valley and retain approximately 240 employees. The all-stock transaction is expected to increase earnings starting in the first half of 1999.

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