I’m pleased to announce that Juniper Networks is attending once more the MPLS & Ethernet World Congress as Platinum sponsor. Co-hosted with this event is the second edition of V6 World Congress where Juniper is also a Gold Sponsor.
In the run up to this important event on the service provide calendar we hosted our traditional pre-conference workshop: the Juniper MPLS User Forum, there was a lot of interest in the forum as the Juniper Networks ACX Series Universal Access Routers were presented for the first time!
Exhibition Area at MPLS & Ethernet/V6 World Congress
Juniper can be found at booth 102 in the main exhibition area. Don’t forget to stop by and find out more about our new ACX Series Universal Access Routers.
Figure 1: View of the Juniper booth!
Note that Seamless MPLS with Universal Access, Universal Edge and Converged Supercore will be widely covered at the Service Provider Demo as well as a virtual demonstration and documentation.
In this year’s “Service Provider in a Rack” demonstration, we are highlighting our new Universal Access Solution featuring the 60Gbps ACX Series running on a 10Gbps access ring. The demonstration also includes 100GbE transport using Juniper Networks T Series Core Routers and MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers. A network built with these solutions enables scalability for mobile, businesses and residential customers with the highest subscriber counts and traffic volumes.
Juniper’s Universal Access solution is based on the high-performance ACX Series Universal Access Routers, with built-in timing and synchronisation and Seamless MPLS. See below the topology of the “Service Provider in a Rack” network design:
Figure 2: Universal Access Demo at the Juniper Booth
Key highlights of this demonstration are:
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Juniper’s first class speakers will participate at different tutorials, keynotes and panels throughout the conference and exhibition, here’s a summary of what’s coming up in the next couple of days;
Alain Durand, IETF Softwires Co-chair & Software Engineering Director at Juniper Networks, on Wednesday 8th has a keynote at the V6 Conference “Upside Down: IPv4 as a Legacy Service”. He’s also chairing the morning session on Friday with Michael Melloul, Senior Systems Engineer at Juniper Networks, speaking on “IPv6 Access Architectural Decisions to Service Offering” and joining the IPv6 CPE panel session.
At the MPLS World Congress Technical Tutorial on Tuesday, Dr Yakov Rekhter, Juniper Fellow, will co-present “Enhancing IP/MPLS based Carrier Services to address the Data Center Interconnection Market” followed by Kireeti Kompella, Junos CTO at Juniper Networks, with the topic “MPLS in Clouds: The Intersection of Networks and Data Centers”. And on Wednesday on the topic “Using Entropy Labels with RSVP-TE”.
On Wednesday too, Dr Yakov Rekhter, Juniper Fellow, will host the opening keynote. Finally, on Friday, Julian Lucek, a distinguished engineer at Juniper Networks will be discussing about “Circuit-switching versus Packet-switching”.
At the V6 Event we are launching the Juniper SIX Appeal offer, as I already mentioned in my previous blog. With this offer, you will be able to get the most scalable Carrier Grade Network Address Translation (CGN) Solution to accelerate your Transition Strategy towards IPv6”. Included in this offer is the Juniper MX Series which has an incredibly scalable and feature rich CGN implementation and Juniper professional services. I must point out that quite a few service providers in Europe have already deployed Juniper Networks MX CGN solution. If you want to find out more about whose using Juniper equipment, then come along to our booth 102 to find out more.
Overall, as you can see, the event will be a great place to discuss and network with our speakers and the Juniper team about the latest innovation presented during the conference and exhibition. So, don’t miss the opportunity to meet us and have a chat on booth 102!
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