Sunday, February 6, 2011

Media Advisory: Juniper Networks Highlights Open, Scalable, and Secure Mobile Networking at Mobile World Congress



Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, 14-17 February 2011,
Courtyard Pavilion 06, The Avenida

Dubai, UAE, Feb. 6, 2011 –Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR) today announced its participation at Mobile World Congress 2011, the world's leading mobile telecommunications event.

Juniper, at its pavilion CY06, will highlight the company’s high performance mobility strategy to transform the economics and experience of mobile broadband as the smartphone revolution ushers in a new era of mobility. Delivering new products, solutions and partnerships, Juniper’s New Mobile Network portfolio, based on all-IP architecture, is designed to help operators profitably navigate the fast-moving demands of the new Mobile Internet. Juniper will showcase its expanding portfolio of mobile networking solutions that address operator requirements in the areas of mobile devices, backhaul, packet core, backbone, and security, providing a pathway to profitable growth. 

Juniper spokespeople will discuss the challenges and opportunities that mobile operators face as they evolve both their networks and their business models to address the smartphone revolution.  Topics include how to deliver uncompromised user experience for mobile multimedia services while optimizing revenues through service innovation, lowering total cost of ownership and controlling security threats to their own infrastructure and to users’ mobile devices.

Mobile Security Demonstration
Juniper will demonstrate Junos® Pulse, the company's integrated multi-platform, multi-service network client software and mobile security software that enables new service models for mobile operators, while improving productivity and security for employees on the move.

Mobile Video Optimization Demonstration        
Juniper will display Mobile Video Optimization solution, providing intelligent video caching, real-time compression and transcoding through open API partner integration. The technology helps operators reduce their costs, optimize RAN usage, deliver compelling user experience and monetize video services.

“Project Falcon” Demonstration
Juniper will display open mobile packet core, providing high performance and scale with a programmable platform for service innovation. “Project Falcon” delivers packet core functions with rich in-line services and enables rapid service integration with partners to accelerate time to revenue for mobile operators.