Verizon Wireless Selects Juniper Networks to Protect Expanding Mobile Data Network

SRX Series Delivers Security at Massive Scale; Greater Operational Simplicity and Efficiency Accelerates New Service Deployment

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Juniper Networks® (NYSE: JNPR) today announced that its SRX Series Services Gateway has been selected by Verizon Wireless to provide added network protection for mobile data users on the Verizon Wireless network.

"Verizon Wireless selected the Juniper SRX Series based on its performance, scalability, and security," said Nicola Palmer, vice president-Network, Verizon Wireless. "In addition to the reliability of the Verizon Wireless network, our customers also expect and deserve the highest levels of security that we can provide. Juniper's solution helps us continue to meet that commitment by providing enhanced security for our mobile data customers."

"Verizon Wireless is pushing the envelope in what can be done in a mobile, connected world," said Mark Bauhaus, executive vice president and general manager for Juniper's Service Layer Technologies. "Juniper is thrilled to be a partner with Verizon in building the next generation of the Internet."

Juniper's solutions for mobile data security include the SRX Series Services Gateway, a highperformance, carriergrade security and networking platform capable of 120Gbps of firewall performance, 30Gbps of IPS performance, 10M sessions, and the integrated AppSecure services suite. Juniper is the leader in network security for telecommunications providers, and continues to innovate and deliver solutions to support the next phase of the mobile internet.
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