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business router

A network device that forwards traffic to the Internet or between local area networks (LANs). Business routers offer more control over security and other network settings than the wireless router designed for the home or small office (see wireless router). See router and Internet router.
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Nasdaq:NTPA), a market leader in broadband equipment, software and services, today announced the Netopia 3366-ENT ADSL Business Router.
By supporting the SAP Business Router, AMC provides companies the widest set of choices in deploying their multi-channel contact center solutions.
This capability will provide substantial peace of mind to businesses, such as e-commerce retailers, that use the Internet for mission-critical operations, -- Dynamic MultiNAT (standard on all Netopia routers), a new implementation of Network Address Translation, offers customers a level of flexibility in the assignment and use of IP addresses unparalleled in the small business router market.
The company provides a range of innovative, cost-effective products including Media Gateways, Multi-Service Business Routers, Session Border Controllers (SBC), Residential Gateways, IP Phones, Media Servers, Value Added Applications and Professional Services.
Further, most home and business routers do not support individual tracking of users, making it difficult to determine who the alleged infringer is.
8221; The configurable software, provided free by BluePrint Data, enables companies to have a locally installable “URL Lookup” tool for a plethora of devices from local home or small business routers to network gateway appliances or data center servers.
Linksys(R), a division of Cisco, a leading provider of VoIP, wireless and networking hardware for consumer and small business environments, and content security leader Trend Micro Incorporated has unveiled Trend Micro ProtectLink Gateway for select Linksys by Cisco Small Business routers.