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Juniper Networks

May 11, 2016 07:45 ET

Media Advisory: NASCAR's Joe Gibbs Racing Revs up INTX 2016 With Juniper Networks

SUNNYVALE, CA--(Marketwired - May 11, 2016) - Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), an industry leader in automated, scalable and secure networks, today announced details for its upcoming participation at INTX 2016, a premier gathering place for media, entertainment, and technology that is shaping the future of the internet and television industry.

At the show, which will take place at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Juniper will be demonstrating how it is innovating with virtualization technology, optical integration, network automation, and its recent acquisition of BTI Systems to deliver an end-to-end packet architecture for cable, which will allow cable operators to transform their networks, unlock stranded capacity and realize the full value of their cable infrastructure.

Juniper customer, Joe Gibbs Racing, will also be on-hand with NASCAR driver, Daniel Suárez and the No. 19 Toyota Camry, at Booth #1650 on May 17 from 1-3 p.m. ET.

Additionally, Juniper will be participating in two panel sessions covering the topics of network virtualization and new advancements for wireless networking, which will feature the perspectives and insights from a range of technology experts and practitioners.

Session Highlights:

Panel Participation

Separate is Better: The How & Why of Network Virtualization

Speaker: Adam Grochowski, cable cloud architect, Juniper Networks; Sameer Patel, manager of network policy engineering, Comcast Cable; Marlon Roa, technical solutions director, Infinera; Jason Schnitzer, founder & CEO, Applied Broadband; Evan Sun, standard engineer, Huawei Technologies

When: Tuesday, May 17, 2016, 1-2 p.m. ET

Where: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center -- Level 1 -- Room 157

Details: A discussion on separating the network control plane from the data forwarding plane in which leading theorists and developers will explain how virtualization can produce advances in throughput, capacity and efficiency -- ultimately addressing how these attributes can change the game for network operators and their customers.

Gateways to Possibility: New Advancements for Wireless Networking

Speaker: Andy Smith, chief architect for Cable MSO networks, Juniper Networks; Bulent Celebi, executive chairman & co-founder, AirTies; Barak Hermesh, networking technologies strategic planner, Intel; Ivan Ong, principal engineer, Comcast Cable; Dan Torbet, director of systems engineering, ARRIS

When: Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 10:45-11:45 a.m. ET

Where: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center -- Level 1 -- Room 157

Details: Peer-selected authors share fresh insights and new approaches for optimizing, modernizing and capitalizing on the linkage between wireline broadband and the wireless domain. Speakers will discuss how the convergence of wireline and wireless networks is powering bold new capabilities for home Wi-Fi, cellular backhaul and more while considering the implications for content delivery, in-home device usage and the economics of mobile networking.

Juniper Networks Technology Demonstrations

Virtualization and NFV -- Contrail Service Orchestration

When: March 16-18, 2016

Where: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center -- Booth #1650

Details: Juniper's Contrail Service Orchestration (CSO) simplifies and automates the design and implementation for custom service creation and delivery through an open framework for complete service lifecycle management. Its open environment helps operators avoid vendor lock-in, while delivering an intelligent management and orchestration solution that centralizes services management and provides for the customization of customer care portals to best meet your customer's business objectives. Additionally, CSO gives operators a powerful network service designer application, robust administration management and troubleshooting, and a customer service marketplace that completely orchestrates service lifecycles.

Cable Business Services -- Managed Security

When: March 16-18, 2016

Where: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center -- Booth #1650

Details: Network security has rapidly become an issue for all business and residential Internet users. It is no longer simply a problem for large corporations. At the same time, cable operators are looking for new residential and commercial service opportunities to expand their residential revenue base while moving upmarket in the commercial segment. A managed security service offering is the perfect solution to both requirements. However, the MSSP (Managed Security Service Provider) market is already well established with services being offered today by OTT players along with traditional CLEC/ILEC competitors. Therefore, cable operators need to take an innovative and unique approach. By delivering a virtualized managed security service, cable operators can quickly enter the market with a comprehensive solution without having to make major investments in infrastructure. The Juniper virtual managed security service solution for cable enabled operators to quickly launch an automated solution that allows customers to order and manage services themselves from customized customer interface portals.

Cable Business Services Program

When: March 16-18, 2016

Where: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center -- Booth #1650

Details: The Cable Business Services Program enables Juniper Enterprise VARs to sell cable business services for the purpose of helping the partner generate new sources of revenue and grow their business by providing a more holistic IT network solution, which enables our partners to better meet the needs of their enterprise customers.

Metro IP Transit Architecture

When: March 16-18, 2016

Where: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center -- Booth #1650

Details: The onslaught of new traffic dynamics like mobility, video and cloud-based services is transforming traditional network patterns and topologies, resulting in profitability stagnation as operators watch their TCO increase as they try to linearly scale manual provisioned networks strained by growing traffic demands and more dynamic traffic patterns. Many operators realize that to enable new revenue-generating, cloud-based services, the fundamentals of how networks get built must change. The Juniper Networks Metro Network solution facilitates this change by de-layering the network into a virtual single fabric by combining IP/MPLS with optical, predictably allowing operators to optimize existing traffic patterns with offline design and planning tools or with programmable online SDN control.

Cable Aggregation Architecture

When: March 16-18, 2016

Where: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center -- Booth #1650

Details: The cable industry as a whole is experiencing incredible growth, not only in the number of High Speed Data (HSD) subscribers, but in commercial services as well. This growth has placed a tremendous demand for bandwidth on Cable MSO Distribution Hub or D-Hub architecture. By leveraging the scale and performance of Juniper's QFX and EX platforms, cable operators are able to deploy a next generation D-Hub architecture that can provide up to a 10x reduction in both operating and capital expenses, while saving up to 86 percent in power and in cooling costs over a 5-year period.

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