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  • What are the requirements for the infrastructure to be cloud ready? It’s about simplicity and lowering the cost of operations. It’s about ensuring the flexibility to give you business agility and making sure that your infrastructure, your data is secure.To help customers move down the path to become cloud ready we recommend three steps.We begin with simplifying the physical infrastructure of the data center network. This is key to driving the issues of scale and simplicity. Then you want to be able to share that infrastructure to get the efficiency and elasticity that is inherent in cloud infrastructure. Finally, when you share the infrastructure, you then need to secure the various flows in the data center to maintain the proper separation of the virtual partitions.
  • Juniper Corporate Presentation

    1. 1. CORPORATE PRESENTATION<br />Mauricio Oliveira<br />10/08/2010<br />
    2. 2. SETTING THE AGENDA FOR THE NEXT DECADE<br />JUNIPER NETWORKS IS TRANSFORMING THE EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMICS OF NETWORKING<br />
    3. 3. PUBLIC SECTOR<br />Top 100 service providers <br />Fortune 100 enterprises<br />JUNIPER NETWORKS: LEADER IN HIGH-PERFORMANCE NETWORKING<br />GOVERNMENT<br />Operational excellence<br />Best in choice<br />
    4. 4. STRONG FINANCIAL POSITION <br />Q3’09 Financial Results<br />REVENUE<br /><ul><li>$823.9 Million, down 13% from Q3’08
    5. 5. Sequentially, revenue grew 5% and EPS grew 21%</li></ul>Cash, Cash Equivalents, and Investments of $2.6B<br />$1,000<br />$0.35<br />$947<br />$923<br />$879<br />$900<br />$0.30<br />$824<br />$823<br />$786<br />$0.32<br />$0.32<br />$800<br />$764<br />$0.25<br />$0.28<br />$700<br />$0.27<br />$600<br />$0.20<br />$0.23<br />$500<br />RevenueDiversificationQ309<br />$0.19<br />$0.15<br />$0.17<br />$400<br />$300<br />$0.10<br />$200<br />$0.05<br />APAC<br />19.2<br />$100<br />51.3<br />$0<br />$0.00<br />EMEA<br />Q2’09<br />Q1’08<br />Q2’08<br />Q3’08<br />Q4’08<br />Q1’09<br />Q3’09<br />29.5<br />Americas<br />Revenue<br />EPS<br />Chart reflects non-GAAP EPS<br />
    6. 6. CONNECT EVERYTHING; EMPOWER EVERYONE<br />CLEAR MISSION AND FOCUSED STRATEGY<br />SILICON<br />SYSTEMS<br />SOFTWARE<br />THROUGH HIGH-PERFORMANCE NETWORKING AND INDUSTRY INNOVATION<br />
    7. 7. 1999–2009<br />THE DIGITAL DECADE<br />
    8. 8. 2010–2020<br />The connected culture<br />Proliferation of Devices<br />Content Consumption<br />Connected Socialization<br />Machine to Machine<br />
    9. 9. 5<br />CONNECTED CULTURE DRIVES EXPONENTIAL GROWTH<br />Worldwide internet traffic, 1990-2020 PB/month<br /># of Connections<br />180,000<br />160,000<br />140,000<br />120,000<br />100,000<br />80,000<br />60,000<br />40,000<br />20,000<br />Machine To Machine?<br />Forecast Model<br />+27%<br />2008-2020CAGR<br />WWW is born<br />Digital decade<br />17x Growth2008-2020<br />+32%<br />Video<br />+20%<br />Non-video <br />1990<br />1996<br />1993<br />2002<br />1999<br />2021<br />2017<br />2014<br />2011<br />2008<br />2005<br />Source: Juniper, Cisco, MINTS<br />
    10. 10. TRAFFIC GROWTH CREATES FINANCIAL CHALLENGES<br />DEVICES AND NETWORK REQUIREMENTS VS.COST CONTAINMENT AND PROFITABILITY <br />Relative costs for per unit of given capability<br />Networking<br />CAPEX per Unit<br />Computing<br />CAPEX per Unit<br />Consolidation AND Conservation<br />pressure<br /># Computers<br />OPEX<br /># Networking devices<br />Time<br />Minis/Client-Server<br /> (’76-’86)<br />Mainframes<br />(‘60-’75)<br />PCs/Internet<br />(’87-’07)<br />Connected Culture<br />Era (’09-??)<br />
    11. 11. Ecosystem Innovation<br />New Network<br />Network Innovation<br />Accelerated innovation and competition drives …<br />Partner solutions extendthe possibilities<br />High performance networking is the foundation<br />FAST<br />NEED FOR NEW NETWORK EQUATION<br />New, Better Experiences<br />Profitable<br />Secure<br />New Flexibility & Agility <br />Versatile<br />Scalable<br />New Customer Solutions<br />DYNAMIC<br />Reliable<br />$<br />New Revenue Sources<br />OPEN<br />Simple<br />
    12. 12. Switches<br />Routers<br />Security<br />E Series<br />J Series<br />T Series<br />SRX Series<br />PRODUCT Portfolio powers the new network<br />SRC Series<br />SBR Series<br />EX Series<br />SA Series & UAC <br />M Series<br />MX Series<br />
    13. 13. Software Platform: Fueling Innovation Across the Network<br />Junos + Junos Space + Junos Pulse<br />Systems and New Silicon: “3D Scaling” and Universal Edge<br />Junos Trio Chipset = 3D Scaling Breakthrough<br />MX Series 3D Routers = First Universal Edge Platform<br /> MX Series 3D Routers<br />Data Center 2 Cloud Initiative<br />Five New Solutions + Eight New Products<br />Security at Massive Scale for Cloud Services1<br />DC2C<br />INNOVATIONS FOR THE NEW NETWORK<br />Junos-Based Partnerships<br />Dell + IBM = Extended Global Market Reach<br />BLADE Network Technologies = First-Ever Junos Licensing Deal<br />Dozens of Third Parties Building Applications on Junos<br />
    14. 14. JUNOS: OPEN PLATFORM FOR INNOVATION<br />APPLICATION INNOVATION BY…<br />SYSTEMS FROM…<br />
    15. 15. OS and Applications: Moving up the value stack<br />User Application Layer<br />Partner opportunity for network end-point innovation<br />Standards interfaces (TCG, IEEE)<br />Connectivity<br />Security<br />Future Services<br />Network Application Layer<br />Developer opportunity for cross-device innovation<br />Platform and UI SDK<br />Platform<br />Device API<br />Device API<br />SDK<br />Developer opportunity for on-device innovation<br />Network Layer<br />Services Plane<br />Control Plane<br />Data Plane<br />
    16. 16. 3D SCALING FOR THE NEW NETWORK<br />Real Time Content<br />Mobile Voice AND Data<br />VIDEO<br />Service 1<br />Service 3<br />Service 2<br />Low Subscribers/High Bandwidth<br />High Subscribers/Low Bandwidth<br />High Subscribers/<br />High Bandwidth<br />Universal Edge<br />Trio Chipset<br />MX SERIES 3D<br />
    17. 17. Subscriber Management<br />DELIVERING THE UNIVERSAL EDGE <br />Mobile Security <br />Voice with SBC <br />GGSN<br />Video Experience Monitoring<br />Ecosystem<br />Organic<br />Joint<br />Application Software<br />WiMax Gateway<br />SubscriberUsage Reporting<br />Voice Experience Monitoring<br /> Multi-Access Gateway<br />DPIDAA<br />Mobile Carrier Ethernet Transport <br />Media Caching <br />Identity And Policy Management <br />PlatformSoftware<br />Hardware<br />Trio chipset<br />
    18. 18. Policies<br />3 Steps to Cloud-Ready Data Center Network<br />NEW<br />NEW<br />SECURE<br />SHARE<br />Client-Server flowsServer-Server flows<br />DC-DC flows<br />Resources PoolVirtualization<br />Infrastructure<br />SIMPLIFY<br />
    19. 19. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />
    20. 20. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Server to Server<br />
    21. 21. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Client to DC<br />Server to Server<br />DC to DC<br />
    22. 22. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Securing flows between VMs<br />Securing flows between servers<br />2<br />1<br />Client to DC<br />Server to Server<br />DC to DC<br />
    23. 23. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Elastic transportusing VPLS<br />3<br />Client to DC<br />Server to Server<br />DC to DC<br />
    24. 24. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Coordinated threatcontrol<br />Securing flows from Clients to DC<br />5<br />4<br />Client to DC<br />Server to Server<br />DC to DC<br />
    25. 25. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Client to DC<br />
    26. 26. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Client to DC<br />Server to Server<br />
    27. 27. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Client to DC<br />Server to Server<br />
    28. 28. CLOUD-ENABLED SECURITY<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Client to DC<br />Virtualized<br />Security<br />Services<br />Server to Server<br />
    29. 29. Service Provider<br />Enterprise<br />TRANSFORMING EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMICS<br />Capex/Opex<br />Power <br />Simplify, Share and Secure Data Center<br />$$$<br />Aggregation<br />Residential<br />Edge<br />Business<br />Edge<br />Power<br />Use<br />2X <br />3X <br />4X <br />25%<br />LESS<br />35%<br />LESS<br />44%<br />LESS<br />39%<br />LESS<br />1<br />10<br />Up To47%<br />Lower<br />Up To 63% <br />Lower<br />Up To 77% <br />Lower<br /> 90%LessPower <br />MX960<br />CAPEX<br />OPEX<br />Power<br />Space<br />Legacy<br />Juniper<br />
    30. 30. The operating expense of customers’ networks isoutpacing the revenue growth they deliver. <br />They have size; we have brains<br />They are closed; we are open<br />They have scale; we have an ecosystem of partners<br />They create complexity; we strive for simplicity<br />They acquire to win; we innovate to lead and create value<br />They have diverse interests; we are a pure play in high performance networking<br />Juniper vs.thecompetition <br />The New Networkis software driven. Junosprovides an ecosystem of innovation that enhances speed and time-to-market for new services and levels of productivity. Juniper’s market leading investments in R&D fuel the software, systems and silicon innovation required by the world’s most demanding network environments.<br />What is Juniper’s differentiatedvalue propositionfor customers?<br />JUNIPER IS TRANSFORMING THE EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMICS OF NETWORKING.<br />In Summary: Juniper’s Value Proposition<br />

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