Industry Solutions and Trends
Technology is more than just networking and Juniper experts share their views on all the trends affecting IT


Broadband World Forum (BBWF) is back in town – October 16-18, in Amsterdam, Netherlands!

Juniper Networks will be on stand E26, showcasing our recently-announced breakthrough product set (software and hardware) that will enable service providers to deliver and expand new consumer and business services rapidly at a rate up to 69 percent faster[1] than other market solutions[2]. This acceleration means they


can ride the huge wave of demand being created by mobile and cloud capabilities and create revenue-generating new services, but without needing to replace existing network infrastructure. A real win-win for providers and users – and a perfect match for BBWF’s strap-line this year, “Driving Service Transformation to Satisfy the Connected Consumer”. 


A shift is happening in managed enterprise services that puts the new centre of gravity firmly within the grasp for the communication service provider. And it’s driven by three macro trends...


With so much of the new network being software-based and software-defined, integration and development have become key skills our customers look to Juniper to provide: design, development, configuration and deployment are essential phases of many of our projects.  To that end we have put in place a Professional Services consulting practice dedicated to management and platforms integration.  Whether integrating into an OSS/BSS platform for end to end provisioning, using the Junos SDK to reach deep into the heart of the network to extract maximum value, or developing sophisticated fault correlation tools to identify when multiple alerts are in fact the result of a single issue, these experts provide the glue to bring it all together.


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