EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet reports on the latest update to Junos, Juniper Networks’ core operating system.
While hardware chassis, ASICS (define) and interface cards are key parts of routing, switching and security networking gear, there is another key component — the underlying network operating system.
At the heart of nearly every networking device sold by Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR) is its Junos operating system, which the company updated this week with Junos 10, extending the 11-year-old system with several new capabilities.
Junos is also used by both Dell and IBM in the products that they OEM from Juniper.
While hardware chassis, ASICS