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Defining Networking with “What Is?” Articles

by Administrator Administrator ‎12-14-2016 01:30 PM - edited ‎12-14-2016 02:08 PM

Answering your Questions and Accelerating your Learning  

 

When coming across something that you aren’t familiar with, or something you want to know more about, what is the first thing you do? “Google, what is…?”

 

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Search engines, such as Google, are significant drivers in providing anyone and everyone with immediate information; therefore, we want to be the leader in providing you with exactly the right information you are looking for to guide you through your learning process.

 

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Juniper’s Information Learning and Experience (iLX) team is developing a new series of articles to answer common “What is?” questions regarding key networking technologies. When you’re looking to learn about a new networking technology, Juniper will be there to answer your questions first, bringing you closer to expertise, both efficiently and conveniently. The “What Is” series makes it easy to jump from article to article in the “What Is” index page, as well as convenient navigation to our product pages and other resources.

 

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Check out the first articles of this new series, and stay tuned for more to come!

 

We Need Your Help!

 

We are ready to start writing, but we need more ideas for topics, new technologies entering the market and more! Do you have great ideas for more “What is” articles? Contact Claudette Hobbart or comment below to start collaborating!

 

Thank you for your participation!

 

 

 

 

 

Comments
by Juniper Employee
on ‎12-20-2016 02:06 PM

Very nice. I learned something today.

by Administrator Administrator
on ‎12-20-2016 02:14 PM

Great! I'm so glad!

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  • Hiroaki Kato is a Senior Director of Systems Engineering at Juniper Networks and is responsible for managing the Systems Engineering organization in Japan. Before he joined Juniper Networks, Kato served as Japan Country Manager for Red Bend Software. Kato was responsible for overall business operation of Red Bend Software Japan K.K and grew the business in Japan further in mobile and into other industries. Prior to Red Bend, he was with Avaya Japan Ltd. During his time at Avaya Japan, the roles he took include overall operation of Avaya Japan as its Representative Director, Director of Solutions and Engineering and number of other leadership roles in strategy creation and business development. He also spent time at Avaya’s headquarters in New Jersey, USA, working as strategy and operations prime for one of the Avaya’s business units as well as some leadership role for global sales operations organization. Prior to Avaya, he served as the Unit Manager of Telecommunication Infrastructure Business Unit of Mitsubishi Corporation’s Information Systems and Services Group, providing carrier grade telephony systems and associated support to major telecom carriers in Japan. He also served as a board member of MC Techno-Serve Ltd, a 100% subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation which provided post sales maintenance of the carrier grade telephony systems Mitsubishi Corporation sold. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Tokyo University and EMOT at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • Tony Ng is an APAC Demo coordinator with Juniper Networks and is responsible for maintaining inventory of lab equipment in Hong Kong, assist with PoC lab projects, and Demo loan shipment.
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