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January 14, 2016
Brocade has delivered another solid offering for users looking for both scalability and options at their access layer. While similar initially to the FCX product line, the ICX comes in a number of differing flavors to suit most any need and budget. Rather than get lost in the matrix of models and...
January 14, 2016
Juniper MX Series is one of the preferred choices for my customers looking for robust Edge Routing with scalability in a modular form-factor. While most users understand the basic functionality of the product line, the granular variations in card features can be very daunting to wrap your head...
December 16, 2015
Juniper’s MX Series BASE, PREMIUM, PREMIUM2, and PREMIUM3: What’s the Difference? Climbing the Juniper MX Series Mountain   We’re often asked “What are the differences among the PREM, PREM2, and PREM3 versions on the Juniper MX Series?” It’s a pretty good...
November 05, 2015
Heads spin when considering all the capabilities of the new Juniper QFX3500 “multipurpose” low-latency switch. At the most fundamental level, it’s a high-density 10GbE/40Gb SFP/SFP+/QSFP+ standalone switch running Junos, in a 1RU package. But this switch goes way beyond that....
October 26, 2015
A lot of our customers ask about what key differences there are in the Juniper MX Series routers, when evaluating the MX960BASE and PREMIUM models. For starters, settle on a specific model with part numbers to illustrate; in this case we’ll use the MX960 which is Juniper’s most dense...
August 04, 2015
It’s cliché to allude to the story of The Three Little Bears in any context, least of which is when talking about routers. However, the Juniper MX480 is the perfect combination of size and scalability and is “just right” for most data center and service provider clients...