To reduce cost and complexity in the network
IP2 Internet, a Dutch business Internet service provider, has deployed Juniper Networks infrastructure, to reduce cost and complexity in the network.
IP2 Internet’s new data centre infrastructure comprises routers, switches and security appliances that run on Junos OS, simplifies the network fabric and drive down both capital expenses (CAPEX) and operational expenses (OPEX).
The company said that its M Series Multiservice Edge Routers, EX Series Ethernet Switches and SRX Series Services Gateways create a platform from which IP2 Internet provides data-intensive services including hosting, storage, Internet access and co-location.
The M Series Multiservice Edge Routers provides port-density routing and switching for service providers and enterprises, while EX Series Ethernet Switches feature Virtual Chassis fabric technology designed to enable up to 10 interconnected EX4200 switches to operate as a single, logical system.
Juniper said that the Virtual Chassis fabric technology reduces the number of managed devices in a network and lowers capital and operating expenses, providing reliable platform for unifying enterprise communications.
The SRX Series Services Gateways provide the capabilities necessary to connect, secure, and manage enterprise and service provider networks.
IP2 Internet managing director Jan Baggen said that Juniper’s data centre offering allows them to scale subscriber numbers and offer rich, revenue-generating services without affecting performance and reliability.
"The new infrastructure also has long-term flexibility and headroom, enabling us to plan for sustained growth and development with complete confidence," Baggen said.