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HP has a router?

I found myself over at one of the HP Networking displays, ogling a “no fooling around” chassis router. It was an HP MSR4000 sitting on a turntable. I’d never seen this box before (hadn’t even known it existed), and I was spinning it around, trying to get a handle on what this thing was and surmise what it might be able to do. Enter Sue, who sees me looking the MSR over, and starts up a conversation.

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