MX SERIES UNIVERSAL ROUTING PLATFORMS
The continuous expansion of mobile, video, and cloud-based services is disrupting traditional networks and impacting the businesses that rely on them. While annual doubledigit traffic growth requires massive resource investments to prevent congestion and accommodate unpredictable traffic spikes, capturing return on that investment can be elusive. Emerging trends such as 5G mobility, Internet of Things (IoT) communications, and the continued growth of cloud networking promise even greater network challenges in the near future. The Juniper Networks® MX Series Universal Routing Platform delivers the industry’s first end-to-end infrastructure security solution for enterprises as they look to move business-critical applications to public clouds. Delivering features, functionality, and secure services at scale in the 5G era with no compromises, the MX Series is a critical part of the network evolution happening now. At the same time, traditional operations environments are increasingly challenged to meet consumer and business requirements for rapid service delivery and cloud-like network experiences. Issues related to monitoring and management are placing additional stress on already strained budgets and personnel, and promising technologies like Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and SDN introduce an entirely new set of operational challenges. Our hyper-connected world demands more agile, automated, and scalable networks. Now more than ever, network operators need to transform their networks—and their operations environments—to accommodate this reality. Utilizing state-of-the-art software and hardware innovations, MX Series Universal Routing Platforms are helping network operators worldwide successfully transform their networks and services. Powered by the Juniper Networks Junos® operating system and the programmable Trio chipset, MX Series platforms support a broad set of automation tools and telemetry capabilities that enable a rich set of business- and consumer-oriented services with predictable low latency and wire-rate forwarding at scale, while providing the reliability needed to meet strict service-level agreements (SLAs).