T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)
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T Series Core Router Architecture Review (Whitepaper)

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Juniper Networks® T Series Core Routers have been in production since 2002, with the introduction of the Juniper Networks T640 Core Router. Since that time, T Series routers have evolved to maintain an unequivocal industry lead in capacity (slot, chassis, and system) and operational efficiencies in power and usability. Maintaining this standard has in part been possible due to design decisions made with the very first T Series system. The T Series demonstrates how Juniper has evolved its router architecture to achieve substantial technology breakthroughs in packet forwarding performance, bandwidth density, IP service delivery, and system reliability. At the same time, the integrity of the original design has made these breakthroughs possible. Not only do T Series platforms deliver industry-leading scalability, they do so while maintaining feature and software continuity across all routing platforms. Whether deploying a single-chassis or multichassis system, service providers can be assured that the T Series satisfies all networking requirements.

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