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desiEngineer
desiEngineer
12/5/2012 | 4:09:49 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
Yakov ;-)

-desi
DCITDave
DCITDave
12/5/2012 | 4:09:49 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
Who do you think will be next to leave Juniper as part of its structured succession plan?
netskeptic
netskeptic
12/5/2012 | 4:09:49 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
may be today it is a huge market indeed.
netskeptic
netskeptic
12/5/2012 | 4:09:49 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
Multiple companines are fighting for the huge market of ... $650 mln.
heritagejd
heritagejd
12/5/2012 | 4:09:48 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
By the way, I'll cover the short bet!!!!!!!
heritagejd
heritagejd
12/5/2012 | 4:09:48 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
Scott has others that don't have the vision to evaluate existing tech for end to end delivery of BANDWITH. Electrical annular conductor cable exists with embedded fiber, speeds scalable form 10mbs to 622mbs, not shared, simutaneous in BOTH! directions, guaranteed to each and every subsriber......was turned down. Most middle managers afraid to make a decision!!!!!
Honestly
Honestly
12/5/2012 | 4:09:48 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
Phil, perhaps a better question is who will join them next. I think it is clear that they want to build the company. As for Dolce, he owned questionable decisions including marketing and enterprise strategy. Letting Chrisrtine Heckart leave was a horrible mistake as was his enterprise strategy. Many on Wall St feel Dolce is not a player in growing a company this size to the next level.

A bit of a meglamaniac, Dolce, whether it be Unisphere, or Juniper wanted too much and could not deliver in critical areas. He is best in start-up mode and talented, but not that talented.

Juniper needs to show real sequential enterprise growth by the June QTR.

Scott k is a winner, the shorts will get hammered betting against Juniper, wait and see.
alcaseltzer
alcaseltzer
12/5/2012 | 4:09:48 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
Would the succession strategy be anything like their M&A strategy?
DCITDave
DCITDave
12/5/2012 | 4:09:47 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
So Dolce sounds like more of a startup guy. Does anyone know if he's started a company of his own or if he's in the process of launching something?

ph
jobseeker
jobseeker
12/5/2012 | 4:09:47 AM
re: Dolce & Others out at Juniper
Do you think maybe headed to Cisco ?
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