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Juniper Targets Small to Mid-Size Data Centers with Launch of SRX1400 Security Services Gateway

Juniper Networks today announced general availability of the SRX1400, a consolidated security services gateway targeted to small to mid-size enterprise, service provider and mobile operator data center environments.

Juniper Networks today announced general availability of the SRX1400, a consolidated security services gateway targeted to small to mid-size enterprise, service provider and mobile operator data center environments.

The SRX1400 consolidates multiple security services and functions into one compact system by tightly integrating the configuration, security policy and device management of these services within the Junos operating system. Data center, enterprise and service provider security services include: stateful inspection of IPv4, IPv6, Streams Control Transmission Protocol, IPsec VPN, SSL decryption, IP and GTP hardware assisted Quality of Service, dynamic and virtual routing, AppSecure, Network Address Translation and application level gateways for IPv4 and v6, SCTP and GTP protocols.SRX1400 Juniper Networks

With pricing starting at $30k, the SRX1400 is a cost-effective solution for mobile service providers that helps protect against a variety of attacks and unauthorized access on critical infrastructure including the internet connection on the Gi interface, roaming exchanges and signaling networks. With its separate control and data planes, the SRX1400 combines carrier-class resiliency with inspection and protection capabilities developed specifically for mobile networks and applications.

The SRX1400 simplifies management and configuration with an integrated, single security policy and device management system for multiple security services. With excellent 1 and 10 GbE port density built-in and room for expansion, the modular design of the SRX1400 uses interchangeable cards from the SRX3000 line providing investment protection and simplifying sparing logistics.

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