A leading carrier-neutral data center service provider in China, 21Vianet, has chosen Juniper Networks’ technology to meet the demands of the data traffic and support the growing transformation needs of customers.
21Vianet has deployed Juniper Networks® MX Series Universal Routing Platforms using segment routing traffic engineering (SR-TE) protocols.
21Vianet in its statement said: “Juniper Networks has been a crucial, long-term technology partner alongside 21Vianet in our growth story through the years. As we continue to provide customers with the high-quality services required for them to succeed, our mutually beneficial partnership has provided us with the leading insights, technology and expertise necessary for the ongoing development of the data center arena. We look forward to continuing our strong cooperation alongside Juniper, which we believe will position us well not just to continue creating even more value for our customers, but also for the wider IDC industry across China in the long run.”
With Chinese Internet Data Center (IDC) industry expected to reach US$35.4 billion by 2022, the market presents great opportunities. 21Vianet is consistently evolving and improving its data center development. The collaboration with Juniper Networks help the company capitalize on its strong, long-term relationship with the company.
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