Internet users are constantly demanding faster and higher quality services from their internet service providers. Therefore, for fast data delivery of such applications, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) have been introduced. Most CDN providers use Domain Name Resolution (DNS) based request routing (RR) methods to find the nearest server for a particular client and it has both advantages and disadvantages. Importantly, disadvantages result high latencies of data delivery and network congestions. To maintain rich information in the Internet and to shift the current Internet infrastructure to an information-based open environment platform, Service-oriented Routers (SoRs) have been introduced. An SoR has a high-Throughput database and it is able to analyze all transactions on its interfaces. Therefore, we have used the basic functionalities of the SoR to diminish disadvantages of the DNS-based RR methods. Proposed system is independent from DNS-based RR and we have conducted experiments based on content-centric RR using the SoR basic functionalities and successfully evaluated and compared both of the round trip time (RTT) and the packet inter arrival time. Our results indicated that SoR-based method can reduce upto 40-50% latency in both connection initiation time and content migration time in-between servers.