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Press Release -- March 22nd, 2010
Source: Juniper Networks
Tags: Ethernet, Router, Video

Juniper Networks to Demonstrate “New Network” for Mobility Solutions at CTIA WIRELESS 2010

Juniper Networks to Showcase Mobility Solutions that Address the Scalability, Security and Service Monetization Needs of Mobile Operators

MEDIA ADVISORY — LAS VEGAS, Nev., March 22, 2010 — Juniper Networks® (NASDAQ:JNPR, news, filings) will join the wireless industry next week to demonstrate its mobility solutions at the CTIA WIRELESS Conference in Las Vegas, March 22-25, 2010. Located in the North Hall, Booth #6405, Juniper will be demonstrating its new solutions that address mobile operators’ immediate need to optimize and secure traffic, reduce complexity in their mobile networks and provide a path for seamless migration from 3G to 4G and LTE networks.

Juniper will be presenting a number of its core solutions from its “Project Falcon” initiative and new mobility framework, unveiled last month at Mobile World Congress and based on the Junos® software platform and Juniper’s MX 3D Series Universal Edge Routers, including:

  • Juniper Traffic Direct: To reduce network congestion, Juniper’s Traffic Direct — the first solution from Juniper’s “Project Falcon” initiative — optimizes mobile data traffic by combining intelligent subscriber and application policies with MX 3D Series scaling to offload bulk data traffic directly to the Internet, resulting in a better mobile experience.
  • Juniper Media Flow: Juniper Media Flow optimizes mobile and fixed networks for fast, efficient video and rich media delivery — enabling a TV-like experience on smartphones and other mobile devices, while yielding TCO reductions for mobile operators.
  • Juniper Mobile Secure and Junos Pulse: Juniper’s Mobile Secure solution enables service providers to embed security throughout their infrastructure — across mobile devices, applications and networks. Mobile Secure delivers secure user experiences at unprecedented scale based on the world’s fastest SRX Series Services Gateways and industry-first Junos Pulse client software, ensuring broad device support, investment optimization and service enablement.

“Juniper’s new mobility solutions continue to break ground for wireless operators who seek to efficiently ease the strains on their systems and monetize their networks,” said Stefan Dyckerhoff, executive vice president and general manager, Infrastructure Products Group at Juniper Networks. “Through our ‘new network’ for mobility solutions, Juniper provides a comprehensive set of solutions that address today’s requirements for scaling, securing and enabling broadband services for continued revenue growth and lower TCO.”

Juniper will also demonstrate its latest joint efforts with both IBM and Nokia Siemens Networks. Working with IBM, Juniper will showcase an interoperable service delivery platform and networking solution that is based on Juniper’s Junos Space and IBM’s Service Provider Delivery Environment (SPDE) framework, which allows IBM and Juniper partners, including content/application providers, to have network-wide visibility and control and to gain powerful access to dynamic network intelligence — enabling new services, new experiences and new business models. Also at Juniper’s booth, conference attendees can view a presentation highlighting Juniper’s partnership with Nokia Siemens Networks to provide carrier Ethernet solutions.


Celebrating 25 years as the premier global mobile marketplace, International CTIA WIRELESS 2010® brings together all industries advanced by wireless technology for three days of intense business, learning and networking in Las Vegas, March 23-25. International CTIA WIRELESS IT&E 2010 takes place in San Francisco, October 6-8. Visit

CTIA-The Wireless Association® is an international organization representing the wireless communications industry. Membership in the association includes wireless carriers and their suppliers, as well as providers and manufacturers of wireless data services and products. CTIA advocates on behalf of its members at all levels of government. The association also coordinates the industry’s voluntary best practices and initiatives, and produces the industry’s leading tradeshows. CTIA was founded in 1984 and is based in Washington, D.C. Visit

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