Juniper looks toward future, eyes integrated security

Thursday, 11 November 2004, 12:02 AM EST

Fresh off record third-quarter growth, Juniper Networks outlined its strategy for the next 12 months, including plans to move to integrated security and to secure the Infranet, a profitable public IP network.

At Juniper's annual analyst meeting, CEO Scott Kriens and other company executives discussed the road ahead for the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based vendor, stating flatly that channel partners would play a key role. "We only successfully see the way to grow this business by connecting to partners," Kriens said.

By Matt Villano at CRN.

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