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A team may have talent, but how will that talent be most effectively utilized and orchestrated on any given Sunday and in any given situation? The same can be said for a network. This is why Juniper Networks invests R&D beyond simply creating the highest performing products in the industry.

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This week I had the privilege of announcing three new global benefits at Juniper Networks. 

 

The first is we now offer 16 weeks paid maternity/paternity leave post birth or adoption. In addition to being family friendly, these benefits enhance Juniper’s competitive position in attracting, engaging and retaining diverse talent.

 

Secondly, I also communicated a global job share and flexible work policy.

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Juniper Networks has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire BTI Systems, a leading provider of cloud and metro networking systems and software to content, cloud and service providers 

 

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Here at Juniper, we understand the importance of corporate partnerships for improving government agencies and ensuring that they are equipped with the most innovative technologies. We worked with ThunderCat on our most recent Department of Defense (DoD) award to help the Air Force replace and modernize its network infrastructure, and support the transportation of critical traffic across its global bases.

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Juniper’s PTX Series router already has 3x the capacity and is 5x more efficient than Cisco’s core solution. Once again, Juniper wins with something fast and furious for the network edge. In the race to connect the cloud, 90% of the 50 largest telecom companies and over 50% of the top 10 enterprises are currently using MX. The MX is revved up and ready to race.

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India is a land of tremendous opportunity with so many examples of how technology can benefit humanity. The country’s Prime Minster, Narendra Modi, is a progressive thinker who sees the potential of technology closing the gap between hope and opportunity. I was fortunate to be among those who heard Prime Minster Modi speak during his recent trip to Silicon Valley.

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The “Back To The Future” movie series is one of my all time favorites. These movies wonderfully illustrate how our concepts of “normal” change with innovations and the passage of time. When the Internet exploded in homage on October 21, 2015, I too watched in nostalgic wonder as fans reflected on the predictions offered nearly 30 years ago.

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Splitting The "Internet Atom"

by Juniper Employee ‎11-10-2015 01:25 PM - edited ‎11-10-2015 01:33 PM

In our industry, the status quo of the “Internet atom” could be a router or a switch. These devices interconnect in various combinations to form the “molecules” that build the Internet. And for decades (which some believe are the equivalent to hundreds of “Internet years”), these “atoms” were considered the smallest building blocks possible. That is, until now.

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Admittedly, Juniper is not what comes to mind for most people when they think of software or cloud companies. They might think of routers, switches, and security, but not software.

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Earlier this month, AT&T announced that they have selected Juniper’s Contrail Networking to manage their integrated cloud infrastructure with software defined networking (SDN) capabilities. We believe contrail Networking will transform the AT&T Integrated Cloud by providing the much needed scalability, performance, and resiliency required to deliver carrier grade services to tens of millions of users and hundreds of millions of end-points. As I reflect on this major win for Juniper, I can’t help but recognize and highlight the other major milestones we have achieved with Contrail.

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Guest Blog Post by: Johna Till Johnson, CEO Nemertes Research

 

A few weeks ago, I wrote a paper on why it’s important for enterprise architects to focus on re-­designing and re-­architecting enterprise infrastructure—starting today. 

 

To put it simply: things have changed. Data now lives on the cloud (public, private, or hybrid). Mobile devices are on track to outnumber wired ones. Applications are increasingly bandwidth-­‐hungry and latency-­‐sensitive (think video, but also virtualized devices).  The universe of security threats is expanding. 

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Tokyo, here we come!

 

My favorite industry event - the OpenStack Summit – is right around the corner in Tokyo, October 27-30. I love this event for two reasons. First, the amount of buzz around OpenStack and the rapid pace of change, invention, and real problem solving is completely invigorating...

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