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edge router

Also called an "access router," it is a router that sits at the periphery of a network. Contrast with "core router," which is a router that resides in the middle of the network. See router and WAN router. See also edge device.


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The NetVanta 3100 Series of fixed-port IP access routers has been unveiled by ADTRAN Inc (Nasdaq:ADTN), a provider of networking and communications equipment.
The Cisco 3200 Series Mobile Access Router is optimized for mobile vehicular applications, which pioneer a shift in the way organizations communicate and share information across wireless networks.
JBM Electronics' VPN Access routers offer the ability to bridge the gap between a dial-up, serial, or Ethernet ATM or POS device to wireless, while providing security to meet various industry compliance standards.
The Cisco 3200 Series is a compact, high-performance access router that is designed to provide industry-leading security in data, voice and video communications, and seamless mobility and interoperability.
Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Routers will be used to provide in-vehicle access for public safety applications, utilizing the mesh infrastructure for backhaul to city data centers.
NASDAQ: ADTN), a leading global provider of networking and communications equipment, today announced the introduction of the NetVanta 3100 Series of fixed-port IP access routers.
The included Telovations integrated access router connects seamlessly to existing telephone equipment, providing greater functionality and an overall lower monthly cost.
We believe that the value of our 8100 Remote Access Router will continue to be recognized as the communication requirements for clients such as Ohio EMA evolve.
During his more than five year tenure he created new and innovative go-to-market strategies including the establishment of the company's worldwide access router managed services business and established an emerging business with wireless mobile access routers.
The DuraMAR leverages Cisco Systems' industry standard IOS(R) software and 3200 Series Mobile Access Router (MAR) technology to enable a wide range of previously unattainable computer networking applications in challenging application environments, such as trains, helicopters, buses and armored vehicles.
5348), Parvus' AlphaMAR leverages Cisco Systems' industry standard IOS(R) software and Mobile Access Router (MAR) technology to enable bus and train passengers and operators to explore a wide range of new in-vehicle networking applications, from wireless Internet access to streaming video surveillance and smart vehicle diagnostics/maintenance.
Partnering with Kentrox and their Q-Series access routers elevates the business phone system from a taken-for-granted utility to a productivity-boosting environment.