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November 15, 2010

Juniper Networks introduces Networks T4000 Core Router

Scalability and flexibility to meet expanding bandwidth requirements

By CBR Staff Writer

Juniper Networks has introduced Networks T4000 Core Router, which is powered by the Junos operating system to provide scalability and flexibility required to meet expanding bandwidth requirements.

The core routing platform at 240 Gbps/slot is a IP/MPLS router, built and optimised for transport networks, the service provider backbone and major peering points around the world.

The company said that the platform with four terabits of line rate throughput in a half rack chassis is purpose-built to facilitate the continued increase in multimedia applications, including enterprise collaboration, mobile video conferencing, emerging cloud and research applications.

The T4000 is being introduced as Internet traffic patterns are increasingly more dynamic with video, cloud computing and mobile applications placing new demands on the network.

In addition, the T4000 is designed for optimum power efficiency and shows dramatic improvement in the watt per bit processed by most competitive platforms.

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