Juniper Expands IPv6 Migration Options
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published November 05, 2010
Moving from IPv4 to IPv6 is no easy task, as IPv4 access remains a requirement for service providers even as address space runs down.
Tags: networking, migration, Juniper, IPv6, Juniper Networks
LISP: The Future of Internet Routing?
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published June 01, 2010
No, it's not your grandfather's programming language, but it could be your grandson's Internet architecture. A look at what Locator ID Separation Protocol offers for Internet users and IT administrators.
Tags: Cisco, HP, Juniper, routers, LISP
IBM Tightens Juniper Alliance, Downplays Cisco Rivalry
By - Reuters | Article Published July 22, 2009
Big Blue is boosting its partnership with Juniper while downplaying suggestions it was aiming to keep an increasingly competitive Cisco at bay.
Tags: IBM, Cisco, Juniper
Juniper Touts New Network Technology
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published February 25, 2009
Despite the slump, the networking company says advances in network speed will continue.
Tags: networking, chips, carriers, Juniper
Lots of Foot Dragging on IPv6
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published August 22, 2008
Study argues that IPv6 adoption and traffic are not ramping up as they should.
Tags: software, carriers, Juniper, InternetNews.com, IPv6
JUNOS: Open, but Not Open Source
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 22, 2008
What does it mean to release a network operating system every quarter for 10 years?
Tags: open source, software, networking, Juniper, InternetNews.com