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Juniper Delivers VOIP

Juniper Networks announces enhancements to G10 CMTS to support PacketCable-based Voice-over-IP

June 4, 2002

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SAN ANTONIO -- Juniper Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq:JNPR), a leading provider of trusted infrastructures for the New Public Network, today announced new enhancements to its G10 cable modem termination system (CMTS) to support revenue-generating Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services. Juniper Networks will demonstrate the enhanced G10 CMTS with carrier-class VoIP at Booth #1060 at SCTE's Cable-Tec Expo June 5-6. Based on CableLabs(R) DOCSIS(TM) 1.1 and interim PacketCable(TM) specifications, the enhanced G10 CMTS with Juniper Networks M-series Internet routers allows cable operators to efficiently deliver advanced Internet Protocol (IP) services, including VoIP through two-way cable plants. The G10 CMTS, paired with best-in-class M-series Internet routers, offers interoperability with call management servers, media gateways, billing and provisioning systems and multimedia terminal adapters. "Internet Protocol networks are emerging as viable platforms for the reliable delivery of both two-way data and voice traffic. The flexibility of IP networks will allow cable operators to deliver a host of unique value-added VoIP features including integrated voice mail, e-mail messaging and real-time provisioning of additional phone lines using cable connections," commented Michael Harris, president of broadband research firm Kinetic Strategies. "The deployment of VoIP requires expertise throughout the entire IP network, and the ability to deploy end-to-end IP infrastructure solutions, not just the CMTS broadband access aggregation point." Juniper Networks Inc.

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