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Juniper extends service deployment system to all routing platforms for end-to-end service control

Juniper Networks, Inc. today extended the functionality of the SDX-300 Service Deployment System to include support...


June 21, 2004  


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Juniper Networks, Inc. today extended the functionality of the SDX-300 Service Deployment System to include support for the JUNOS-based M-, T-, and new J-series routing platforms.

The system gives service providers the ability to offer their customers a customizable web portal as an element of a self-care service or managed service offering.

With this portal, customers can choose options for bandwidth on demand, firewall and NAT services, dynamic VPN membership and can set application level Quality of Service (QoS) to support mission-critical business requirements.

“With the SDX-300 now available across Juniper Networks’ routing platforms, the promise of quality and an assured experience can be delivered from the customer edge through the core of the network,” said Kevin Mitchell, directing analyst at Infonetics Research.

In addition to corporate VPN services and dedicated Internet access, a number of value-added services can be offered combining various SDX features.

These include tiered Internet access, tiered VPN access, video conferencing, multimedia, integrated voice and data services and managed service offerings, which are strong differentiators for carriers to attract and retain enterprise customers.