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Sales bottlenecks gag Juniper's growth in Q3

Having a big deal go on hold doesn't just spoil your day, it can upend a whole quarter, as Juniper Networks has found. The Gin Palace today reported what it called “disappointing” numbers. As it warned earlier this month, its Q3 fell short of forecasts. Its revenue fell year-on-year by two per cent to US$1,257.8 million, well …
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Juniper warns of bitter 3rd quarter due to cloud sales crash

Juniper Networks has issued preliminary results for its third quarter and the news is bad: forecast revenue of between US$1,290m and $1,350m won't happen and the company instead believes it will score between $1,250m and $1,260m. We'll know just how badly the company has missed its targets and why on October 24th, the date of …
Simon Sharwood, 13 Oct 2017

The drinks are on Juniper: Revenue and profits up in Q2 2017

Juniper Networks has turned in a solid second quarter, reporting growth in revenue and profitability. Today the company reported revenue of US$1.3bn (all figures here are GAAP), and net income of $179.8m, better than Q2 2016 by a more-than-handy 28 percent. Switching was the company's engine room for Q2, piling on 32 per cent …
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Juniper puts an Enforcer on the door and adds Cisco to the guest list

Juniper Networks has announced an upgrade to its Software Defined Secure Networks (SDSN) platform, and among other things it's added cross-platform capabilities. The Gin-fuelled networking company has decided that its sworn enemy and nemesis, Cisco Systems, might conceivably have kit in its customers' sites, so its policy …
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Juniper's first quarter: Revenue and losses up. Business as usual, then

Correction Juniper Networks has slipped something of a surprise into its Q1 2017 financials, announcing that it's no longer going to break out service provider and enterprise verticals in its reports. The company reported 11 per cent year-on-year growth for the quarter, to US$1.221 billion, and while its $109 million loss for the quarter …
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Juniper emits heavy duty photonic interconnect with a cloudy tinge

In January 2016, Juniper Networks swallowed BTI Systems with the aim of bringing software defined network approaches to the optical sphere. One of the fruits of that acquisition has now landed, with the company announcing its Open Cloud Interconnect. Juniper says the new OCI is aimed at inter-data centre connections, with high …
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Juniper revenue up, but profit slips for Q3

Juniper's turned in a Q3 2016 quarter revenue of US$1.285 billion, up 3 per cent on the same period last year, but with GAAP profits down by 13 per cent to $172.4 million. CEO Rami Rahim picked out some bright spots in the numbers, saying that the cloud business has become the company's primary driver. Routing rose 3 per cent …

Junos OS CLI has a bad bug. So good luck applying its new patches

Juniper user? Feeling smug because you didn't have to race to download the latest Cisco patch round? Sorry: Juniper has just emitted eight vulnerability patches of its own. Let's start with this advisory, since it's rated critical. The Junos Space network management system has a crop of vulnerabilities, some of which are …
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Juniper Networks grabs silicon photonic developer Aurrion

Juniper Networks is jumping into the silicon photonics business, with the acquisition of fabless designer Aurrion. Founded back in 2008 by Intel/IBM alumnus Dr Alexander Fang, Aurrion has spent the last eight years developing and commercialising indium phosphide-based (InP) transceivers. Integrating InP into silicon …
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Services income helps Juniper keep Q2 from collapse

The tough networking market continues to make growth difficult for the big names: Juniper Networks has reported flat year-on-year Q2 2016 revenue and has warned of a flat outlook. Second quarter 2016 revenue was US$1.221 billion, and its operating margin fell year-on-year from 19.9 per cent in Q2 2015 to 16.7 per cent for the …
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Juniper preps global policy manager for OpenContrail

Juniper Networks seems to have big plans for its OpenContrail SDN controller: it would like to see it act as a kind of “meta-controller” for multiple cloud and data centre controllers. It's quietly pushed up the first code of what is, for now, dubbed “project Ukai” at Github. The alpha-level code has two top-line aims: to run …
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Juniper patches OpenSSH's 'roaming' bug in Junos OS

The next vendor to kill off the OpenSSH roaming bug announced in January is Juniper Networks. The bug's best bit, as we noted at the time, was that the roaming feature had been added as an experiment back in 2010 (in version 5.4), and was undocumented. The idea of roaming is to maintain an OpenSSH session if there was a …
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Juniper patches Logjam, Bar Mitzvah, and various Java vulns

Juniper Networks sysadmins can add Junos Space network management patches to their to-do list. The gin palace says “any product or platform running Junos Space before 15.2R1” has the privilege escalation vulnerabilities, adding that “Attack vectors include: cross site request forgeries (CSRF), default authentication …
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Juniper bleeding data and money: slaps Band-Aids all over Junos OS and warns markets

Juniper's code reviewers have been hard at work, and have shipped a bunch of security bug-fixes. First up: the company has turned up a bunch of Junos OS privilege escalation vulnerabilities that need patching. As the advisory states, CVE-2016-1271 covers a set of CLI commands that can be exploited to get root access to the …
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Juniper finishes its BTI Systems data centre interconnect feast

Juniper Networks' January-announced acquisition of BTI Systems is complete, giving the Gin Palace a beefed-up footprint in the data centre interconnect and packet optical markets. BTI's packet optical transport products – the BTI 7000 and BTI 7800 – ship data centre Metro Ethernet Forum 2.0-certified Ethernet traffic over 10 …

Juniper starts waving fixes for DROWN vuln

Juniper Networks has identified products it says are vulnerable to the DROWN attack. DROWN turned up at the end of February, and is a relic of enduring but pointless support for the long-deprecated SSLv2 protocol. The most prominent exposure to DROWN is in web sites that weren't configured to refuse attempts at SSLv2 …
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Juniper nets US Air Force network upgrade

Juniper Networks has snagged a share of US$24m being spent to upgrade the US Air Force's networks. The Base Information Transport Infrastructure (BITI) project covers both wired and wireless networks that connect the USAF's 175 bases and 800,000 users around the world. Under prime contractors Affigent and ThunderCat …

Juniper resets 'days since last rogue code incident' clock

Juniper Networks has announced its own investigations have found none of the "oops ... how did that code get there" trouble in Junos OS and that it will kill off Dual Elliptic Curve (Dual_EC) encryption in ScreenOS. The company says it hired a "respected security organization" that "undertook a detailed investigation of …

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