Juniper Networks Shows How to Build, Operate and Generate Revenue From High-Performance Video Networks at TelcoTV 2007

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

Juniper Technology Leaders Featured in Speaking Program; Demonstrates New MX-series Platform

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Juniper Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:JNPR), the leader in high-performance networking, today announced its participation in the sixth annual TelcoTV Conference and Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia from October 22-25. Juniper Networks will be exhibiting in booth #728 as well as speaking in two co-located conferences, Light Reading’s “Future of Broadband” Conference and the NetVideo Summit.

The Juniper Networks booth (#728) will showcase the company’s unique high-performance networking infrastructure and how it enables operators to cost-effectively build, operate and generate revenue from scalable IP video networks. The booth will also feature the new MX480 Ethernet Services Router–the newest member of the MX-series portfolio–which delivers industry-leading Carrier Ethernet performance, scale and operational simplicity.

Scott Shoaf, principal solutions architect, will be the keynote speaker at the NetVideo Summit on October 22 at 9:15 a.m. ET. Mr. Shoaf’s keynote address, “Challengers or Partners–How New Services and New Players Are Reshaping the Telecom Market,” will discuss the changing competitive landscape driven by IPTV and Web 2.0.

At the Light Reading “Future of Broadband” Conference on October 23 at 9:45 a.m. ET, Juniper’s Thomas DiMicelli, senior product marketing manager, will speak in a session titled “The Role of Policy in Delivering Next-Generation Broadband Services.”

In addition to its own booth activity, Juniper Networks will also be featured in Motorola’s booth (#701) as an integrated element of Motorola’s fully operational end-to-end IP video solution.