Juniper Networks partnership

Juniper Networks

About Juniper Networks

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Juniper Networks, Inc. is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. The company develops and markets networking products, including routers, switches, network management software, network security products, and software-defined networking technology.

The company was founded in 1996 by Pradeep Sindhu, with Scott Kriens as the first CEO, who remained until September 2008.


Juniper Networks designs and markets IT networking products, such as routers, switches and IT security products.[93] It started out selling core routers for ISPs, and expanded into edge routers, data centers, wireless networking, networking for branch offices and other access and aggregation devices.

Juniper is the third largest market-share holder overall for routers and switches used by ISPs.

According to analyst firm Dell'Oro Group, it is the fourth largest for edge routers and second for core routers with 25% of the core market.[97] It is also the second largest market share holder for firewall products with a 24.8% share of the firewall market.[98][99] In data center security appliances, Juniper is the second-place market-share holder behind Cisco.[100] In WLAN, where Juniper used to hold a more marginal market share, it is now expanding through its acquisition of Mist Systems, now a Leader in Wired and Wireless LAN according to Gartner.[101] Juniper provides technical support and services through the J-Care program.


  • T-series: Multichassis IP/MPLS Core Routers
  • MX Series: Edge routers
  • M Series: Combined IP/MPLS edge routers
  • PTX Series: Packet transport routers
  • ACX Series: Universal access routers
  • Switching

  • EX Series: Enterprise Ethernet switches
  • WLAN Products: Controllers, access points and software
  • QFX Series: Datacenter switches
  • Security

  • SRX Series: Security products for data centers and branch locations
  • Software

  • Junos Operating System
  • Junos Space: Service Oriented Architecture development environment for network applications
  • Contrail: Brand of software defined networking software and networking controllers
  • Marvis: Mist's AI Network Assistant that is also compatible with Juniper's switches through its Wired Assurance feature
  • WLAN

  • AP41: The most popular enterprise-grade Access Point available through Mist. Tailored for WiFi, BLE, and IoT
  • AP43: An upgraded AP41 with WiFi 6
  • AP61: A long-range access point ideal for outdoor use like college campuses
  • Operations

    Juniper Networks has operations in more than 100 countries. Around 50% of its revenue is from the United States, 30% is from EMEA and 20% is from Asia. Juniper sells directly to businesses, as well as through resale and distribution partners, such as Ericsson, IBM, Nokia, IngramMicro and NEC. About 50% of Juniper's revenues are derived from routers, 13% from switches, 12% comes from IT security and 25% from services.

    Since 2023, Expobusiness LLC has become a partner of Juniper Networks

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