- Sales ends in six months.
- Support halts in 2013.
- Juniper is phasing it out "because of the opportunities we see in the balance of the portfolio and because of the commoditization we see in that space," Kriens says.
"I don't know that it was a leading-edge box when they bought it," he says, adding that Juniper probably didn't have the tools to keep up with folks like F5 Networks Inc. (Nasdaq: FFIV) in that application-acceleration space. "It requires a lot of applications knowledge."
— Craig Matsumoto, West Coast Editor, Light Reading