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routing

[′rüd·iŋ]
(communications)
The assignment of a path by which a message will travel to its destination.
(engineering)
A manufacturing process in which wooden parts are fabricated in various configurations; in high-speed industrial applications, an overhead cutting tool drills into the workpiece and then cuts the desired interior shape.
(graphic arts)
In letterpress printing, the removal of the nonprinting areas of a plate.

Routing

The cutting away of wood to shape a molding or other piece of millwork.

routing

(tool)
/row'ting/ Using a kind of rotating cutting tool called a router, pronounced /row't*/. In the USA a router, pronounced /row't*/, is also a network device that performs "routing". In the UK, the network device is pronounced /roo't*/ and what it does is spelled "routeing".

routing

Forwarding data to its destination. See router, intermediate node routing and DNS.
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There is not much routing that is involved with so few stops.
Whether it is routing software, dispatch management software or other types of software, having an integrated system reduces the possibility of duplication of efforts and creates a very efficient system," says Beers.
This is not a problem for sites located in the major cities where these services have connectivity, but the expense of a leased line to the POP from any distance can eliminate the advantages of a routing management service (connecting through the Internet is obviously rather self-defeating).
When a BGP session first comes up, the two routers exchange their entire routing, or forwarding, tables, minus routes that are filtered out to prevent various horrible things from happening.
A forwarding or routing table, which stores the ONE route selected, according to routing policy, to reach a given prefix.
With our OptRoute technology, we have achieved an unprecedented level of unification between litho-driven routing and timing optimization that enable rapid high-yield design closure.
The Traffic Explorer solution includes a set of appliances that work with Route Explorer to collect flow data at key points where traffic enters the network, aggregate and compute those flows across the topology, and monitor how traffic changes as routing changes.
Route Explorer, which monitors network routing protocols and maintains real-time and historical end-to-end topology;
Telcordia is the first and only company to provide a PSTN and VoIP routing data administration solution, enabling a smooth migration for inter-carrier IP routing.
As part of Telarix's comprehensive routing solution, iXTranslate enables carriers to further streamline and automate routing processes by improving the coordination between commercial and technical routing organizations.
On the other side are bill-payment processors and aggregators with, in many cases) decades of legacy data and the expertise to make informed routing decisions and minimize payment processing costs while ensuring quality.
Cube Route's integrated and comprehensive web solutions combine sophisticated routing, tracking and planning functionality to optimize routes as well as track and monitor delivery fleets in real-time - at the lowest possible cost.