Juniper Supersizes Ethernet at the Edge

Spangler, Todd
October 2006
Multichannel News;10/23/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 42, p38
The article reports that Juniper Networks has made up a massive Ethernet router designed for service providers in the U.S. The MX960 Ethernet Service Router will provide an industry-leading 960 Gigabits per second of aggregate capacity and handle a mix of voice, video and data traffic as many as 480 Gigabit. Juniper director of cable business development John Treece said that the MX960 can sit either at the edge of a cable system's network to total video and data streams to subscribers.


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