The company was founded by a former Xerox principal scientist, Pradeep Sindu, who came up with the idea for Juniper after a sabbatical working at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center.
With longtime rival Cisco publicly struggling to rebuild its image at the moment, Juniper Networks can smell blood in the water and is poised to strengthen its position in the networking world. Having invested considerably in R&D and acquisitions, plus winning some key defections from Cisco, Juniper is giving the channel plenty of reasons to rethink allegiances.
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