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  • Cisco, Juniper, Check Point, Palo Alto among firms in security contest

    In the <a href="">security</a> popularity contest of the moment, <a href="">Cisco</a> and Juniper are down and Palo Alto Networks and Check Point are up when it comes to network firewalls, according to one research firm.

  • Juniper adds OpenFlow to its routers, switches

    Juniper Networks this week said it is making the source code of its OpenFlow application accessible to developers of applications for its Junos networking operating system software.

  • Cisco nabs Juniper sales execs

    <a href="">Cisco</a> has nabbed a couple of Juniper Networks sales executives for its own service provider sales force.

  • Juniper's disappointing quarter not due to switching

    No one can blame enterprise switching for Juniper's disappointing second-quarter results. Sales of Juniper's EX switches were up 18% year-over-year, switching overall was up 33%, and enterprise sales were up 9% due to strength in enterprise switching and routing products.

  • Ponemon study: Cyber attacks more frequent, severe

    Cyber attacks are becoming more frequent and severe, and the vast majority of businesses have suffered at least one <a href="">data breach</a> in the past year, a Ponemon Institute survey says.

  • Kevin Ackhurst joins Juniper as APAC VP for partners

    After 14 years working for Microsoft, Kevin Ackhurst has taken up the role of vice president of partners, APAC, at Juniper Networks.
    Ackhurst was country manager for Microsoft in New Zealand for nearly three years, before moving to Singapore to work as the company&#8217;s Asia-Pacific vice president of sales and marketing in July 2010. He started working for Microsoft in 1997 as services director.
    May 3 was Ackhurst&#8217;s final day at Microsoft and, after a short break, he started his new job at Juniper Networks today. He is attending Juniper Networks' EMEA Partner Conference in Barcelona.

  • Malware writers gunning for Google Android: report

    The Symbian and Microsoft Windows Mobile platforms have been the proving ground for mobile malware over the past five years, but a new Juniper Networks report states that Google Android now takes &quot;the crown&quot; as the platform getting the most attention from malware developers.

  • Juniper rolls out latest Cisco challenge

    Juniper Networks this week is rolling out its first dedicated line of enterprise edge routers, a collection of products that borrow technology from the company's powerful service provider routers and that will give customers a new alternative to Cisco ASR gear.