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Route control product packages provide optimized Internet connectivity and, at the same time, decreases the cost of bandwidth for large data centers and other organizations where bandwidth costs and high network traffic are a concern. Data centers multihomed with multiple ISP connections benefit from route control as constant ISP performance evaluations are executed, and your outgoing data traffic is then directed to the ISP connection that is currently boasting the best performance at the best price. Route control products handle the switching of outgoing data between ISPs in real time, adapting the routing choice based on the results of the performance evaluations.

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