Verizon recently launched its multi-services edge (MSE), with Juniper playing an instrumental role in this groundbreaking new platform. Verizon’s MSE is SDN (software-defined networking) in action: it essentially “cloudifies” the network with an overlay of software control so that Verizon can operate the network more efficiently and respond to changes in the marketplace much faster. Juniper has applied its deep software expertise to provide disaggregation, automation, and virtualization to help bring Verizon’s new network architecture to market quickly, enabling Verizon to serve the rapidly evolving needs of their customers.
As part of the continuing commitment by Juniper Networks to the Common Criteria/National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) certification program, we are pleased to report that EX, MX, PTX , and QFX devices recently completed Common Criteria Certification against the NIAP Network Device Protection Profile.
The MX series’ initial use case was Carrier Ethernet but it didn’t take long for its use cases to expand to a large number of applications, thanks to the consecutive improvements in software and hardware.
Fixed telecom operators are using the MX series in many critical parts of their networks to satisfy their most demanding needs for business success. This blog lists the top twelve use cases for MX!
I visited Iceland for the first time a couple of weeks back. What a fascinating country, and completely different from places that I have seen in Europe. Iceland has got a great advantage of natural resources such as geothermal energy, natural air cooling and water, which the nation take big benefits from. From small businesses to large ones, they are aware of the unique natural gift they have got and are using it very effectively, reducing their energy costs. This positions the country as a sustainable, green location for data centers with zero-carbon footprint!