New software aims to help operators go from managed connectivity to a full SD-WAN offering without changing hardware platforms.
In Q2, Juniper's GAAP net income was $61.2M, up 32 percent from a year ago.
Arrcus announces innovative new products, adds world-leading experts to its advisory board, promises to transform the industry and so on.
Company said its new APIs allow operators to control every attribute of their disaggregated broadband networks from external systems.
Former TIBCO and Knight Ridder exec takes over to help Juniper's IT strategy take shape.
The networking giant expects an 8.5% to 11% revenue drop next quarter, as enterprise spending slows down.
The carrier claims best-in-market latencies on critical European PrizmNet routes, using Arista 7130 ultra-low-latency switches.
The company earned $20.4 million, or 6 cents a share, on net revenues of $998 million during Q1.
Routing software specialist joins the Disaggregated Open Routers (DOR) project team recently formed by the Telecom Infra Project.
South Korean operator will use Nokia's Network Service Platform (NSP) to enable software-defined, automated IP network management processes.
Ethernity's ENET-D is an Ethernet Controller that can be added to its ACE-NIC100 SmartNIC network interface card.
Ciena and Arista say the test is significant for high-bandwidth connectivity in global networks.
Industry's first E2E 400GE routers oriented towards the 5G and cloud era, claims vendor.
Cisco has announced a range of new hardware and software products for network operators, including router models for radio access network fronthaul transport.
Cisco reports quarterly revenue of $12 billion, a 4% drop year-over-year, with a 5 percent increase in earnings per share.
Telia Carrier has deployed a 400 Gigabit Ethernet-ready backbone network using Cisco NCS5500 series routers.
SoftBank Corp. will offer enterprises a Session Smart, managed SD-WAN.
Gordon Mackintosh, formerly of Extreme Networks, joins Juniper as its new VP of of Worldwide Channel and Virtual Sales.
Cisco debuts Silicon One, a unified architecture that can work anywhere in the network and in any form factor, along with a new line of Cisco 8000 high end routers and IOS XR7 operating system software to serve as the backbone of the next generation of Internet growth.