At Juniper Networks, our mission is, and has always been, to enable reliable and secure mission-critical infrastructure for connectivity around the world. As our local and global communities collectively wrestle with the emerging COVID-19 challenges, keeping the world connected has never been more important. The healthcare industry is especially feeling the weight of it and we want to help.
Hospitals are building outdoor drive-through testing facilities and opening temporary triage centers in retail store parking lots and other locations to handle the increase in patient volume while simultaneously containing the spread of the virus. However, it can be challenging and time-consuming to deploy adequate Wi-Fi networks in these temporary sites, which can cause lengthy wait times and delay the receipt of test results. Furthermore, the data being transmitted from these locations can be vulnerable to cyberattacks if not adequately secured. This is simply unacceptable.
2 days ago Juniper Networks (JNPR), a networking products provider, develops and sells everything from routers to network security solutions, network management software, and beyond. JNPR also provides telecom services to boot. JNPR has traded between $17 and $27 across the past year. The stock is currently. Latest additions to Juniper Connected Security solution portfolio enables secure access through comprehensive visibility and risk reduction. SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct. 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, today announced the release of its Adaptive Threat Profiling feature for Juniper ® Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) Cloud. Complete Data Center solution from Juniper assures experiences and drives business outcomes with best-in-class automation, open programmability and scalability Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, today announced that the company has finalized its acquisition of Apstra, a leader in intent-based networking and automated closed-loop assurance. The Juniper Networks Network Connect is a software package from Juniper Networks that interfaces with its Secure Access hardware and provides a Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution. The Network Connect (NC) provides a clientless VPN user experience, serving as an additional remote access mechanism to corporate resources using an IVE appliance. At Juniper Networks, our mission is, and has always been, to enable reliable and secure mission-critical infrastructure for connectivity around the world. As our local and global communities collectively wrestle with the emerging COVID-19 challenges, keeping the world connected has never been more important.
To help reduce these IT challenges and allow healthcare facilities to focus on helping patients, Juniper is offering a free secure “pop up Wi-Fi network” kit for any temporary COVID-19 testing facility. Initially available in the US, Canada and the UK,this kit includes free Mist wireless Access Points, cloud-hosted operations with an AI-driven network and an SRX firewall (with PoE, DHCP and optional LTE uplink) to ensure a secure and reliable connection that can be set up quickly and easily.
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This is a no-strings attached offer available to any healthcare facility looking to quickly deploy a secure and reliable wireless network in response to the COVID-19 crisis. If you are interested and can utilize this solution, more information on the terms of the offer can be found here: https://www.juniper.net/us/en/forms/covid-19/
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Juniper Networks today announced it has agreed to acquire Menlo Park-based Apstra, an intent-based networking and automated closed-loop assistance startup, for an undisclosed sum. Juniper says the purchase will add to its portfolio of solutions, which include switching platforms with a cloud-native routing stack.
The datacenter automation segment is expected to rise from $3.16 billion in 2014 to $7.53 billion in 2019, according to a Markets and Markets report. Gartner predicts that by 2023, 60% of datacenter networking configuration activities will be automated, up from 30% in early 2020.
With the Apstra deal, the terms of which weren’t disclosed, Juniper gains a valuable asset in a competitive segment. “Datacenter teams from large Fortune 100 enterprises to mid-sized companies to global service providers currently use Apstra’s software to not only define how the datacenter should behave but continuously provide assurances that the network operations and experiences match that intent,” Juniper CPO Manoj Leelanivas wrote in a blog post. “Further, they use Apstra to quickly respond to dynamic workload needs and service requests.”
Six-year-old Apstra enables network automation by leveraging an open, multi-vendor architecture that’s designed to work with — and complement — Juniper’s datacenter products based on the Junos operating system for networking. But the Apstra solution does more than automate basic operations. Architects can describe how the datacenter should behave in terms of outcomes, and the system implements and assures that the network workloads and experience match the intent. These capabilities — along with self-service delivery, automated root cause identification, and remediation — help Apstra stand apart in providing proactive insights, according to cofounder and CEO David Cheriton.
“The objective [with Apstra] was to create a software solution to abstract the complexity and provide powerful automation and validation capabilities for datacenter networks,” Cheriton said in a statement. He will join Juniper as chief datacenter scientist once the acquisition is completed. “Apstra’s approach has delivered substantial and quantifiable benefits to our diverse set of customers, from leading enterprises like Accenture, Bloomberg, and Yahoo Japan to two of the largest global service providers to customers in the mid-market. We have enabled them to find ‘needle in haystack problems,’ like a few mis-cabled ports across 10,000 devices and bad fiber links that were debilitating the datacenter.”
Juniper doesn’t expect the acquisition to materially impact its revenue in 2021. It’s the Sunnyvale, California-based company’s first acquisition since October, when it snatched up 128 Technology. In September, Juniper purchased Netrounds. And prior to that, the company bought Mist Systems, an AI-driven WLAN startup.
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