Differences between integrated service router and modular access router?

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What is the difference between an integrated service router and a modular access router?

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The difference is that modular access routers give you more flexibility to expand your router in various ways to suit your network needs by way of having a different and wide variety of modules. Integrated service routers or ISRs do the same thing by optimizing themselves for secure and concurrent transfer of data, voice and images at wire-speed. They provide flexibility on service (security, unified communications, data, wireless, etc.) that you can offer to your users.

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