Tuesday, March 27, 2012 11:00 am CET / 10:00 am UK
ACX Series Universal Access Routers are an integral component of the Universal Access architecture. The ACX Series allows for rapid deployment of access services, creating a seamless end-to-end service delivery platform. ACX Series supports Junos, extensive Layer 2 and Layer 3 features, IP/MPLS with traffic engineering support, rich network management, fault management, service monitoring and OAM capabilities.
Using proven and widely deployed clocking technology, Universal Access routers ensure the industry’s highest Quality of Experience (QoE) with Synchronous Ethernet and 1588-2008 for optimum capacity usage.
Juniper Networks ACX Series Universal Access Routers cost-effectively address current operator challenges to rapidly deploy new high-bandwidth services. With industry leading performance of up to 60Gbps and support for 10GbE interfaces, the ACX Series is well positioned to address the growing bandwidth needs of service providers. The platforms deliver the necessary scale and performance needed to support multi-generation services.
Wednesday, March 29, 2012 9:00 am PST / 5:00 pm UK
In 2011, the last large IPv4 address blocks were assigned, making IPv4 address preservation and IPv6 transition a top priority for network operators of all types. Today we are in the initial phases of a multi-year investment cycle that will eventually involve every service provider as well as many large enterprises and federal agencies. Join us to learn how Juniper’s Service Delivery Gateway and Next Generation Network Addressing portfolio will help you help your customers solve the challenges associated with this critical transition.
Vice President, Technology, WW Partners
Jeremy Behrle, Vice President, Technology - WW Partners, is responsible for technical partnering strategy, planning, development, coverage, and delivery. He brings over 21 years of experience in the networking and telecommunications industry.
Jeremy joined Juniper Networks in 1998 as a Consulting Engineer and is responsible for Juniper's first production deployments of Juniper M40 and M160 Internet Backbone Routers. Additionally, he was responsible for the certification and first production deployments of IP over a trans-oceanic STM-16c and IP over an OC-192c.
During his tenure at Juniper, Jeremy has led teams of Systems Engineers supporting: major Service Provider, Enterprise / Financial, MSO, and R&E customers; additionally: Global Strategic, Managed Services, and WW Partners. While involved with Global Partners, he was responsible for initiating and driving Juniper into the mobility sector via partnerships.
Jeremy's teams, over 13 years, have driven more than $5B worth of revenue. Before joining Juniper, he held senior technical positions at Cisco Systems and Bolt, Beranek, and Newman (BBN). Jeremy studied Computer Science at Boston University.
I have been in the networking industry for over 30 years: PBXs, SNA, Muxes, ATM, routers, switches, optical - I've seen it all. Eleven years in the US, over 20 in Europe, at companies like AT&T, IBM, Bay Networks, Nortel Networks and Dimension Data. Since 2007 my focus has been on services at Juniper: support services, professional services, service automation. Our market is characterized by amazing technological innovations, but technology is no use if you cannot get it to work and keep it working. That is why services are so exciting: this is where the technology moves out of the glossy brochures and into the real world!
For more about me, go to my LinkedIn profile: http://fr.linkedin.com/pub/joe-robertson/0/4a/34a
Justin has held a variety of positions at Alternative Networks since 1997 including responsibilities for running sales, product management, marketing, and training functions.
More recently he has been incubating a Wide Area Network division, and running cross sales in the enterprise sales division following an acquisition.
Justin Scopaz is senior director of Juniper Networks’ Worldwide Distribution organization. In this role, he is leading a global team driving worldwide distribution strategy, sales, and operations.
Prior to Juniper, Scopaz spent nearly two decades at Ingram Micro in a variety of senior leadership positions. Most recently, he served as vice president and general manager of Ingram Micro’s Data Capture and Physical Security business units. He also had responsibility for major national partners.
Based in Orange County, California, Scopaz is involved in both private and charitable organizations. He holds a B.A. in Business Management from California State University.
Zoe Sands is Head of Digital Marketing at Juniper Networks and is responsible for digital marketing and social media across EMEA. She is an experienced Digital Marketer since 1997 with PRINCE2 practitioner status, during this period Zoe has successfully launched many new online innovations for Juniper Networks, Cisco, Dialogic, the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and Hyundai, including content managed and e-commerce based websites to integrated social media programmes. She has International exposure running projects globally, regionally and at a country level.
Zoe’s approach is to create an environment where those around her can share her passion for the Internet and the opportunities it presents. She says sharing knowledge, championing and communicating the benefits of digital capabilities enhances both the user experience and offers additional online communication channels and business opportunities. Zoe has a blog ‘Learning and sharing...’ to share her experience of all things online marketing, social media, chat online, SEO, SEM and mobile related content. You connect with Zoe via LinkedIn or find her on Twitter: @zoe9 and @ZoeSands.
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