Juniper Networks Introduced a virtualized version with 1st carrier-grade virtualized Router

Juniper Networks introduced a virtualized version of its flagship MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routing platform to deliver the industry’s first full-featured, carrier-grade virtualized router.

According to the company statement,The Juniper Networks vMX 3D Juniper NetworksUniversal Edge Router, which operates as software on x86 servers, gives service providers and enterprises the ability to seamlessly leverage the benefits of both virtual and physical networking so they can rapidly deliver services and cost-effectively keep ahead of customer demand. Juniper also today unveiled a new set of capabilities designed to help customers build High-IQ networks that leverage the benefits of virtualization and automation.

Ravinder Singh, chief executive officer, Edgewood Networks, said, “More nimble newcomers that are offering content in new and innovative ways are challenging the traditional service provider business model. Through Juniper Networks’ new virtual MX and network functions virtualization offerings, Edgewood will add new network services to improve performance of mission-critical applications for our clients. This will provide a strategic edge over the competition by quickly responding to changing consumer demand and bandwidth-intensive applications.

It is estimated that there will be 50 billion networked devices worldwide by 2020(1). Service providers are pushing connectivity beyond simple access to fuel economies and deliver more personalized and life-enhancing services. As the appetite and reliance on customized services grow, service providers are looking for ways to address this need while staying profitable and capitalizing on revenue growth opportunities. This requires service providers to adopt a more agile business approach, one that allows them to develop, scale up as well as scale down new services at the pace of business, while also maintaining a high-performance infrastructure to keep up with increasing traffic volumes.

Likewise, enterprises are also looking for ways to increase business agility, as seen by the adoption and deployment of cloud services and private clouds. As enterprises look to the cloud to drive agility and efficiency, having a network that is as flexible and dynamic as the cloud is critical. As a fully functional virtual router, the vMX brings cloud-like agility to the network, allowing businesses to quickly roll out new applications, resources and initiatives to support internal and external clients.

By virtualizing the company’s flagship routing platform — first introduced in 2006 and today powers most of the world’s top 100 service providers — Juniper brings the feature-set and proven history of performance and reliability of the MX to the cloud. The software-driven technology delivers the agility to scale up and scale out as quickly as customer business needs dictate. Customers can combine the vMX with Juniper’s complete physical router portfolio delivering the tools service providers and enterprises need to maintain a common operations environment for both virtual and physical routers, while matching network investment with revenue growth.

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