Juniper Networks has introduced its new Data Center Infrastructure Solutions designed to advance IT initiatives for data center consolidation, server virtualization and sustainable information technology – trends that appears to be increasingly taking root in the Middle East market. The Juniper Networks Data Center Infrastructure Solutions can significantly reduce network complexity and total cost of ownership by up to 52% in capital expenditures, up to 44% in power, up to 44% in cooling and up to 55% in rack space in the data center, claims the vendor.
Juniper’s data center approach, which includes switching, routing and security technologies, all running on a single network operating system – JUNOS software – is supported by strategic partner IBM and customers including AdvancedMD Software Inc., AOL, Commerce Bank and Laboratory of Neuro Imaging at UCLA. For customer and partner video testimonials, please see www.juniper.net/datacenter.
“Juniper’s new data center offering helps to addresses some of the most critical issues facing businesses in the Middle East, including reducing IT costs, decreasing power consumption, and making better use of existing office space,” said Dr. Samer Shaar , Juniper Regional Director – Middle East, Central Africa and Pakistan. “We are now extending the expertise we have gained from mission-critical deployments worldwide into the Middle East data center environment. Our solutions empower businesses, offering them choice and the ability to drive down the cost and complexity of managing their data center networks, which enable them to realize the fullest return on investment in technologies such as server virtualization.” He added.