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“Juniper is now the most trusted vendor when it comes to next-generation infrastructure and services.”
– Heavy Reading Survey, September 2015
“We believe the current generation of high capacity core and edge routers will be used for some time as the detailed steps of the SDN-NFV transformation are defined by each service provider. Service providers have already been deploying Juniper’s SDN-ready MX Series as physical and virtual routers in live networks as they moves to SDN- and NFV-based networks, as also evidenced by Juniper’s No. 2 position in 3Q15 worldwide market share in service provider routing revenue.”
– Michael Howard, senior research director at IHS Infonetics
“IDC believes that Junos disaggregation is being driven, at least partly, by customer demand. A notable Juniper CSP customer has spoken to IDC about the merits of disaggregation in the datacenter and in a recast central office. Juniper has other cloud and CSP customers that are thinking along similar lines. Juniper wants to get out in front of this demand as these customers and others begin considering network-software alternatives.”
– Rohit Mehra, Vice President, Network Infrastructure, IDC
“Junos disaggregation is a good move by Juniper to decouple its software and hardware and place more value on Junos rather than its hardware.”
– Robert Haim, ACG Research
“The big news was the announcement of the disaggregation of Junos software, which shows Juniper’s emphasis on software and confidence in the capabilities of Junos to stand on its own.”
– Dan Conde, ESG Analyst of Networking, from Juniper's Junos: Reworked and Disaggregated
“Juniper Networks’ full commitment to virtualization of the network was clear at the NXTWORK 2015. Juniper introduced Cloud CPE, a fully automated end-to-end NFV solution to enable its customers to implement a smooth migration strategy for their existing purpose-built networks to a virtualized, more efficient infrastructure.”
– Robert Haim, Principal Analyst, ACG Research
“We are positive on Juniper’s Cloud CPE product launch because it promises to be a compelling solution to support the hosting of enterprise services in the cloud while leveraging a cloud platform that keeps costs down, speeds service rollouts and supports deployment flexibility.”
– Glen Hunt, Principal Analyst, Transport and Routing Infrastructure, Current Analysis
“What is important to note is that Juniper is allowing CSPs to have flexibility of offering either a centralized cloud CPE solution where the intelligence remains in the CSP PE MX routers in the network cloud, enabling a cloud-based solution with existing physical Ethernet NIDs and a virtual cloud CPE at branch sites, or a distributed cloud CPE solution where the NFX250 is the new physical appliance that is delivered at each site and allows the CSP to add software-based VNF services in the future, downloaded to each appliance.”
– Nav Chander, Research Manager, Enterprise Telecom, IDC