MWC 2016: Juniper Networks focuses on IoT, NFV, SDN solutions

Juniper Networks
At the forthcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC 2016), Juniper Networks will showcase various solutions to assist telecoms.

Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) / Network Function Virtualization (NFV)

Juniper Networks will highlight its NFV architecture and distributed compute capabilities, with a focus on how its MEC and Cloud CPE solutions increase network flexibility and performance, and enable new services.

Internet of Things (IoT)

Juniper Networks will discuss the complex IoT business model. The networking major will claim that its solutions are suited to support the diverse requirements of IoT. Juniper Networks offers solutions such as NFV-based infrastructure, distributed compute, orchestration, virtual network functions, security and analytics to tackle IoT related challenges.

Secure Networks

At the MWC 2016, Juniper will also highlight its physical and virtual security solutions that protect customer data and privacy, as well as the mobile network infrastructure.

Juniper will demo its NFV / SDN-based solutions with partners Affirmed Networks, Amdocs, IBM, NEC, NetCracker and Saguna Networks.

Juniper Networks CEO Rami Rahim will host an analyst update at Mobile World Congress on 23 February.

Juniper will be participating in a multi-vendor demonstration of open, self-provisioned SDN VPNs in the Vodafone booth throughout the event.

Juniper will be participating in joint solution demonstrations with NEC and NetCracker in the NEC booth throughout the event.

Juniper will be participating in joint solution demonstrations with IBM.

Meanwhile, NEC Corporation and Juniper Networks announced the expansion of their alliance to deliver Network Functions Virtualization (NFV)-based solutions.

The two companies are working together to expand into new and developing markets, with a focus on Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Key investment areas include integrated technical teams and lab environments to test the latest solutions and targeted industry initiatives, such as Internet of Things (IoT), Retail as a Service and Surveillance as a Service offerings.

“As part of its commitment to delivering an open, NFV-based solution, NEC has led an SDN / NFV ecosystem program with more than 40 partners,” said Atsuo Kawamura, senior vice president at NEC Corporation.

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