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enterprise router

A network device that forwards data packets from one network to another. The "enterprise" means that implementation requires a knowledgeable network professional. Such routers do not have Wi-Fi built in as do home wireless routers. Enterprise routers have numerous Ethernet ports and can be very large and costly, handling millions of packets of Internet traffic per second. See router, wired router and wireless router.
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Infonetics' quarterly enterprise router report provides worldwide and regional market size, vendor market share, forecasts through 2017, analysis, and trends for high-end, mid-range, branch office, and low-end/SOHO routers, including revenue and ports.
The new products should give Juniper a shot at cutting into Cisco's stronghold in enterprise routers, a market that Dell'Oro Group said was worth $3.
3Com is #1 in China for enterprise stackable switches,routers and IP storage, and #2 worldwide in enterprise and SMB Ethernet switching ports and enterprise routers
Meanwhile, the high-end router market (10Gbps and above) - responsible for half of worldwide enterprise router revenue - grew 9% in the first quarter of 2005, reaching $420 million, according to market watcher Dell'Oro Group.
Neomar, a developer of wireless enterprise software solutions, has announced significant enhancements to its Secure Enterprise Router Proxy (SERP) software for wireless service providers.
The CR-6200 Series router implementation is based on a separate router board with an Intel Atom processor and can either be equipped with the OnTime Networks router package providing routing speeds of up to 800Mbps or with the Cisco 5921 Embedded Services Router (ESR) Advanced Enterprise router package, providing up to 500Mbps of routing speed.
Branch expansion and upgrades expected to drive growth in enterprise router market in 2013
6W 75% lower than the competition the VSC7414 is optimized for power-sensitive Enterprise router applications and is the latest device from Vitesse to include VeriTime IEEE1588v2 technology.
lt;p>Overall, worldwide enterprise router revenue was down 28% to just over $3 billion in 2009.
In the second quarter of 2004, high-end routers made up 49% of total enterprise router revenue, mid-range routers 39%, wired broadband gateways 9%, and low-end/SOHO routers 3%, say Infonetics Research.
Low-end/SOHO routers lone bright spot in enterprise router market
Machowinski adds: "In the enterprise router market, unit shipments are growing at a decent pace, but substitution with lower end devices is making revenue growth hard to come by.

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