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JUNIPER NETWORKS

one of the world’s largest network equipment manufacturers. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, in the United States. At present, the company is one of the leading manufacturers of network equipment. Its portfolio covers almost all areas of the wired data transmission product market, including high-performance routers for the carrier market and smaller models widely used in ENTERPRISE networks. Switches designed for EX campus networks and FX data centers are very popular. Security functions are implemented on SRX-type firewalls, designed for small branch offices as well as large computing centers. Juniper Networks’ solutions run on the reliable JUNOS system, which is used in the environments of the world’s largest corporations and carriers.

routers

MX SERIES

Juniper Networks’ most popular line of routers designed for both enterprise solutions and carrier networks. The solutions run on the 3D Trio chipset developed by Juniper. The routers feature excellent performance (100GbE interfaces available), advanced routing features (including support for many millions of prefixes), MPLS, Quality of Service, as well as security features i.e. NAT, CGNAT or IPSec implemented in a hardware way. The platforms are optimized to take advantage of Ethernet technology and adapted for Software Defined Networks (SDN) solutions.

ACX SERIES

Universal access and aggregation layer routers optimized for harsh environments and use in Ethernet MPLS networks. They are characterized by high interface density and also support advanced MPLS services (L2VPN, IP VPN, VPLS). Support for IEEE 1588 Time Precision Protocol allows ACX Series routers to be used in mobile networks, industrial networks, or other solutions that require precise time synchronization between network nodes.

PTX SERIES

The PTX series is designed for operator networks. Devices in this series are chosen for the network core by the world’s largest communications operators. PTX series products feature high stability of operation, reliability, performance (3 Tbps per slot) and high density of 10GbE, 40GbE and 100GbE ports. Like the MX series, the PTX routers run on a chipset built in Juniper Networks labs. PTX are also suitable for Software Defined Networks (SDN) solutions

switches

EX SERIES

The EX Series switches, since their appearance on the market in 2008, have been increasingly popular among customers. Solutions designed for the enterprise market and campus networks are also finding favor with service providers. The switches feature high performance (wire speed), virtualization capabilities (Virtual Chassis, Virtual Instances), MPLS and rich L3 features (OSPF, RIP, IS-IS, BGP). The unique Virtual Chassis solution allows different switch models to be combined into a single stack, working as a single logical device providing 1/10/40Gb interfaces.

QFX SERIES

The QFX family of devices was designed primarily for data centers. QFX switches feature very high performance, high density of 10/40/100GbE and Fibre Channel ports and short packet switching times. When building a network in a data center, it makes sense to use Virtual Chassis Fabric technology. VC Fabric working on Spine & Leaf architecture allows 32 switches to operate within a single logical device enabling efficient packet switching through load balancing capabilities on redundant VC Fabric connections.

switches

SRX SERIES

The EX Series switches, since their appearance on the market in 2008, have been increasingly popular among customers. Solutions designed for the enterprise market and campus networks are also finding favor with service providers. The switches feature high performance (wire speed), virtualization capabilities (Virtual Chassis, Virtual Instances), MPLS and rich L3 features (OSPF, RIP, IS-IS, BGP). The unique Virtual Chassis solution allows different switch models to be combined into a single stack, working as a single logical device providing 1/10/40Gb interfaces.