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June 06, 2017
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...
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May 31, 2017
Current Cost Per Port Analysis for Secondary Market Juniper and Arista 10G based switching In a dynamic, price changing market, this is not exactly an apples to apples comparison, however, here’s a market snapshot of cost per port on our historically best-selling 10G switching options from...
May 16, 2017
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...
Juniper QFX5100-48S-AFO New In Box at Terabit Systems
April 18, 2017
QFX5100 are all of the features you loved in the QFX3500 but without the weight and footprint of a server. We've got a good supply of open box and sealed QFX5100-48S-AFO switches to give you all the 10/40GbE data-center grade L2/3 switching you could ask for at an unbeatable price. Call +1 (415...
March 22, 2017
Have you seen your MX240, MX480 or MX960 send out a chassis alarm in regard to temperature warnings or overheating? Yellow alarms and red alarms are an indication your router is exceeding healthy temperature thresholds. Heed this warning and avoid costly damage down the line. To run a check on...
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February 15, 2017
What makes solid performing hardware? You’d be correct in guessing that it might start with solid hardware. When Arista mentioned in their whitepaper* that the 7150S included an onboard high precision “Oven-Controlled Crystal Oscillator” (OXCO), I was compelled to find out what...