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Juniper Intros Archer Field PC

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LOGAN, Utah -- Juniper Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of ultra-rugged handheld field computers introduces a new addition to its mobile product line, the Archer Field PC(TM). The rock solid Archer features Microsoft(R) Windows Mobile(TM) version 5.0, powered by the Intel(R) XScale(R) 520Mhz processor. Archer's durability and compact size make it the first choice for those in need of a pocket-sized Field PC for use in harsh applications. Use it to document, navigate, communicate, look up, and share information; the Archer is field ready for the most rugged application.

Weighing only 17 ounces, the compact Archer Field PC(TM) meets IP67 and, MIL-STD-810F, standards for drop, vibration, immersion, shock, humidity, and operating temperatures. The case is made of sturdy magnesium with an easy-to-grip over-molding. Archer's vibrant color display offers excellent visibility under the harshest lighting conditions. The intelligent, rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack operates for more than 20 hours on one charge and recharges in less than 4 hours.

The Archer's unique communications module provides USB host and client plus a 9-pin RS-232 serial port for use with peripheral devices. User accessible, sealed CF and SDIO card slots let you integrate a camera, GPS receiver, bar code scanner, Bluetooth or memory cards. Enable wireless communication via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or cellular modem.

Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Mobile applications include Office Mobile, Outlook(R) Mobile, and Internet Explorer Mobile which deliver improved productivity by allowing seamless synchronization of files, tasks, and appointments with a desktop PC. Voice recorder and voice command software are included.

Juniper Networks Inc. (NYSE: JNPR)

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