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California, February 12: Juniper Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: JNPR), and Nokia Siemens Networks, today announced to deliver a fully interoperable Carrier Ethernet solution intended to provide flexible access and aggregation for service providers worldwide.
The enhanced partnership is intended to bring the vision of a unified Carrier Ethernet solution supporting all services on a single network.
The Carrier Ethernet solution is planned to provide an end-to-end portfolio consisting of the Juniper Networks MX-series Ethernet Services Router, Nokia Siemens Networks A-series Carrier Ethernet Switch and the ASPEN “single click” network management system. The targeted availability date is the second half of 2009 subject to compliance with applicable laws.
Company’s executive vice president and general manager, Kim Perdikou said, “With this solution we are expanding the breadth and depth of our relationship with Nokia Siemens Networks.
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