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March 04, 2010

Juniper Debuts New Network Solutions Offering Software-Enabled Path to Open and Secure Mobility

By Nathesh, TMCnet Contributor

Juniper Networks has reportedly unveiled new software and mobility solutions that are capable of transforming the user experience and operator economics of mobile broadband. The company has also announced a new business group and a series of executive assignments that are aligned with the vision of the new network that transforms the economics and enables new experiences for customers globally.

In a release company officials explain that the new solutions, which are part of the mobility framework, are built on open standards and flexible software platforms that will enable mobile operators to handle a broad range of devices, applications and customer needs.

Juniper has stated that networks are now clearly the hub of business and community around the world, and that’s driving massive scale requirements for the next decade. They believe that it is time for a new approach to networking and they are working on it through their mission to connect everything and empower everyone.

In the release Juniper’s Kim Perdikou said mobility is not a box but a way of life. Mobile operators need their networking vendors to stop building new one-off boxes, band-aids and bolt-ons to handle mobile data traffic. They need networking vendors with real innovation that can offer immediate TCO relief, unmatched scale for the future, built-in security and open platforms to monetize new services. Mobile broadband is here to stay, and providers will need an open and secure network to take advantage.

The new solutions include Junos Ready Software, Junos Pulse (News - Alert) for Smartphones, Juniper Mobile Secure, Juniper Traffic Direct, Juniper Media Flow and Juniper Mobile Core Evolution.

The company has claimed that it is offering a differentiated approach to mobile networking, which is tackling the issue of traffic congestion in the core at the right time and in the right part of the network. In addition to providing mobile operators with an evolution path to 4G technologies, Juniper is addressing today's requirements for scaling, securing and enabling broadband services for continued revenue growth.

Nathesh is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Nathesh's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Patrick Barnard

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