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Name: Router Solutions, Inc.

Location: McLean

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Big idea: Its network-support operations program provides centralized management, automation and self-repairing capabilities for networks.

Founded: March 2001

Web site: www.routersolutions.com

Who's in charge: The three co-founders are Mike Borek, president and chief executive; Mitch Lerman, vice president of product strategy; and John Lusher II, vice president of engineering.

Funding: Router Solutions seeks additional venture funding. It has received venture capital investments from Monumental Venture Partners and Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology. The three co-founders funded operations until September 2003.

Employees: Three, full time.

Big-name clients: Borek declined to name his company's clients, though he said "we're working with industry leaders." He said his company targets the telecommunications industry, managed service providers and large enterprises in the government, financial, health care and insurance sectors.


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