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NTT Comm Supports Video With Juniper

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TOKYO -- Juniper Networks ( NYSE : JNPR ), the industry leader in network innovation, today announced that Japan's NTT Communications has deployed the Juniper Networks® T1600 Core Router to power its next-generation video transmission system. As video consumption keeps growing and available offerings become richer in content, quality and resolution, the industry-leading MPLS multicasting capability of the T1600 helps NTT Communications achieve a reliable, high-capacity delivery of high-definition video for customer applications.

NTT Communications, a subsidiary of NTT Corporation -- one of the world's largest telecommunications companies -- provides network management, security and network services to consumers, corporations and governments.

With high-capacity video applications, NTT Communications was looking to maximize its revenue potential by increasing the capacity, flexibility and efficiency of its network core. The Juniper Networks T1600 Core Router achieves that and more, granting NTT Communications the capacity and flexibility to deploy new services quickly and effectively.

Juniper Networks Inc. (NYSE: JNPR)

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