Juniper Adds IP Partners

Juniper Networks Open IP development partners drive technology innovation

June 17, 2008

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Juniper Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: JNPR), the leader in high-performance networking, today announced that IBM, Kasenna, NEC and Polycom are the company's newest Open IP development partners. The Juniper Networks Open IP development programs provide tools and support for creating advanced products and services that combine the technology and expertise of partners with the extensive networking and security capabilities from Juniper Networks. The Open IP development programs include the Open IP Solution Development Program (OSDP) and the Open IP Service Creation Program (OSCP).

As new members of the OSDP, IBM and NEC have access to the Partner Solution Development Platform (PSDP) to develop specialized applications on best-in-class JUNOS software through a powerful set of resources, including a software development kit with intelligent and secure interfaces to JUNOS routing and service functions, as well as technical and business support. By developing on JUNOS software, time and money can be saved in application development, as well as in the deployment and ongoing operations costs of the solution.

'In an increasingly connected world, innovation is being driven by leading technology companies working together in an open, collaborative manner that leverages the strengths and expertise of each company,' said John L. Ryan, business development executive, Strategic Alliances at IBM. 'With Juniper's Partner Solution Development Platform, we are accelerating the pace of innovation and driving the development of advanced applications for next-generation networks.'

Juniper Networks Inc. (NYSE: JNPR)

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