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Short Take: Pluris releases new routers based on IP

High-end start-up Pluris announced a new routing device for networks based on the Internet protocol (IP) that it promises can carry traffic at terabit speeds. The new device, scheduled to be available in the fourth quarter of this year, can support up to 184 terabits of aggregated IP switching capacity, according to the company, and serves as the latest introduction by a new networking equipment entrant. Entry level pricing for the Pluris 20000 TNR is $98,000.

High-end start-up Pluris announced a new routing device for networks based on the Internet protocol (IP) that it promises can carry traffic at terabit speeds. The new device, scheduled to be available in the fourth quarter of this year, can support up to 184 terabits of aggregated IP switching capacity, according to the company, and serves as the latest introduction by a new networking equipment entrant. Entry level pricing for the Pluris 20000 TNR is $98,000.

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