As it pertains to networking, routing is the process of examining the packets (information) flowing through it, deciding where the packets need to go, and then selecting the best path to get it there. Routers perform the “traffic directing” functions, on the internet, and within your business.
As an example, if one of the employees on your company’s network wants to visit a website, the employee sends the request, via their browser, to the router which, in turn, sends it to the cable modem and connects the employee to the website they requested. Another example of data routers, in action, is when a network user wants to copy a file, from another computer in your company, the router sends the packets between the two local workstations, allowing files to be transported and copied across the network, quickly and easily.
Since every company’s data requirements are different, the consultants at Clarus Communications take the time to review every aspect of your current and future data router needs and match them to the best providers. Because we represent one of the largest technology product portfolios in the country, we can ensure you’re investing in the latest technology to give your company a competitive edge.
With local offices, in Indianapolis, Clarus Communications has been serving the telecommunications needs of businesses since 2001. We invite you to use the form, on this page, to request more information about how data routers can enhance your business productivity. We’ll get back with you, quickly, to develop a strategy that meets your needs now, as well as allows for future flexibility and growth.