CPCNet Hong Kong Ltd. has deployed Juniper Networks M-series multiservice edge routing platforms

February 23, 2006

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Juniper Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: JNPR) today announced that CPCNet Hong Kong Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of CITIC Pacific (SEHK: 267), has deployed Juniper Networks M-series multiservice edge routing platforms to expand its MPLS-based IP virtual private networking (VPN) service in Ningbo, Chengdu and Zhongshan. With these additional points of presence (POPs), CPCNet's MPLS-based IP VPN service is one of the most extensive in the Greater China region, now including 19 POPs. The added M-series platforms enable CPCNet to deliver voice, video and data traffic across its infrastructure with industry-leading levels of quality, performance and security.

"MPLS-based IP virtual private networking is a crucial business enabler for Greater China," said Stephen Ho, CEO of CPCNet. "Many enterprises, including large Asian conglomerates, have multiple points of presence. By leveraging the cost efficiencies of a managed VPN service, such as that offered by CPCNet, these organizations enjoy high performance, high availability and excellent security, while being alleviated from the overhead of management and troubleshooting. We have been operating Juniper's M-series routers since 2002 and have every reason to continue to rely on its excellent reliability and performance."

Juniper Networks M-series multiservice edge routing platforms combine best-in-class IP/MPLS capabilities with unmatched reliability, performance and service flexibility. With the ability to support both existing and emerging Layer 2 and Layer 3 services simultaneously, the M-series offers a long-term, strategic investment for any network operator looking to benefit from the increased reliability, efficiency and flexibility of a multi-service IP/MPLS network without obsolescing existing networking equipment.

"With their innovative service offerings, CPCNet is further accelerating the dynamic business environment of Greater China," said Eric Yu, vice president of Greater China for Juniper Networks. "Our routing solutions enable service providers such as CPCNet to create an agile, open and customizable infrastructure for the delivery of a wide range of revenue-generating services. These services, in turn, will help businesses more efficiently communicate and share networked applications with their staff, partners and customers, regardless of geographic constraints."

Juniper Networks Inc. (NYSE: JNPR)

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