Juniper Networks Inc   (JNPR)
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Price: $30.2700 $-0.19 -0.624%
Day's High: $30.58 Week Perf: -2.64 %
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Open: $30.55 52 Wk Low: $25.48

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 10,022
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 331
 Employees 9,817
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 4,829
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 340
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) 21
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 105

Juniper Networks Inc

We design and sell products and services that together provide our customers with secure and assured Internet Protocol (“IP”) networking solutions. Our solutions are incorporated into the global web of interconnected public and private networks across which a variety of media, including voice, video and data, travel to and from end users around the world. Our network infrastructure solutions enable service providers and other network-intensive businesses to support and deliver services and applications on a highly efficient and low cost integrated network.

In 2004, we completed the acquisition of NetScreen Technologies, Inc. (“NetScreen”) and in 2005, we completed the following five acquisitions: Kagoor Networks, Inc. (“Kagoor”), Redline Networks, Inc (“Redline”), Peribit Networks, Inc. (“Peribit”), Acorn Packet Solutions, Inc. (“Acorn”), and Funk Software, Inc. (“Funk”). As a result of the these acquisitions, we expanded our customer base and portfolio of products, and now offer two categories of networking products: infrastructure products, which consist predominately of the original Juniper Networks router portfolio and Acorn products, and Service Layer Technologies (“SLT”) products, which consist predominately of the former Funk, Peribit, Redline, Kagoor, and NetScreen products.

During 2005, our operations were organized into the following three operating segments: Infrastructure, SLT, and Service. Our Infrastructure segment primarily offers scalable router products that are used to control and direct network traffic. Our SLT segment offers solutions that meet a broad array of our customer’s priorities, from protecting the network itself, and protecting data on the network, to maximizing existing bandwidth and acceleration of applications across a distributed network. Together, our secure networking solutions help enable our customers to convert networks that provide commoditized, best efforts services into more valuable assets that provide differentiation and value and increased reliability and security to end users. Our Service segment delivers world-wide services to customers of the Infrastructure and SLT segments.

Our objective and strategy is to provide best-in-class traffic processing technologies that allow our customers to provide a secure and assured network experience for any application on an IP network. Our technological leadership and problem solving abilities combined with our experience and fundamental understanding of the requirements of high performance IP secure networking solutions will help us in meeting our objectives. Key elements of our strategy are described below.
Maintain and Extend Technology Leadership. Our application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) technology, operating system and network-optimized product architecture have been key elements to establishing our technology leadership. We believe that these elements can be leveraged into future products we are currently developing. We intend to maintain and extend our technological leadership in the network infrastructure and security markets primarily through innovation and continued investment in our research and development departments, supplemented by external partnerships, including strategic alliances, as well as acquisitions that would allow us to deliver a broader range of products and services to customers in target markets.

Leverage Position as Supplier of Purpose-Built Network Infrastructure and Security. From inception we have focused on designing and building IP network infrastructure for service providers and network intensive businesses and have integrated purpose-built technology into a network optimized architecture that specifically meets our customers’ needs. We believe that many of these customers will deploy networking equipment from only a few vendors. We believe that the purpose-built nature of our products provide us with a competitive advantage, which is critical in gaining rapid penetration as one of these selected vendors.

Be Strategic to Our Customers. In developing our infrastructure and SLT solutions, we work very closely with customers to design and build a product specifically to meet their complex needs. Over time, we have expanded our understanding of the challenges facing these customers. That increased understanding has enabled us to subsequently design additional capabilities into our products. We believe our close relationships with, and constant feedback from, our customers have been key elements in our design wins and rapid deployment to date. We plan to continue to work very closely with our customers to implement enhancements to current products as well as to design future products that specifically meet their evolving needs.

Enable New IP-Based Services. Our platforms enable network operators to build and secure networks cost-effectively and to offer new differentiated services for their customers more efficiently than legacy network products. We believe that the secure delivery of IP-based services and applications, including web hosting, outsourced Internet and intranet services, outsourced enterprise applications and voice-over IP, will continue to grow and are cost-effectively enabled by our secure networking solutions.

Establish and Develop Industry Partnerships. Our customers have diverse requirements. While our products meet certain requirements of our customers, our products are not intended to satisfy certain other requirements. Therefore we believe that it is important that we build relationships with other industry leaders in a diverse set of networking technologies and services. These relationships ensure that we have access to those technologies and services, whether through joint development, resale, acquisition or other collaboration, in order to better support a broader set of our customers’ requirements.

Markets and Customers
We sell our products and services through direct sales and through distributors and value-added resellers to end-users in the following markets:

Service Providers
Service providers include wireline, wireless, cable, and next-generation network operators. Supporting most major service provider networks in the world, our platforms are designed and built for the scale and dependability that service providers demand. Our secure networking solutions benefit these customers by:

• Reducing capital and operational costs by running multiple services over the same network using our high density, highly reliable platforms;

• Promoting generation of additional revenue by enabling new services to be offered to new market segments based on our product capabilities;

• Increasing customer satisfaction, while lowering costs, by enabling consumers to self-select automatically provisioned service packages that provide the quality, speed and pricing they desire; and

• Providing increased asset longevity and higher return on investment as their networks can scale to multi-terabit rates based on the capabilities of our platforms.

Our secure networking solutions are designed to meet the reliability and scalability demanded by the world’s largest and most advanced networks. For this reason, network intensive enterprises, federal, state and local governments, and research and education institutions that rely on their networks for the operation of their business are able to deploy our solutions as a powerful component in delivering the advanced network capabilities needed for their leading-edge applications while:
• Reducing costs through operational efficiencies in implementing and managing the network;

• Driving down capital expenses with sophisticated network intelligence that is robust, secure, and scalable;

• Providing enterprises with the control necessary to deliver a secure and assured user experience to their customers and internal clients; and

• Working as a business partner for the long term with the optimal combination of flexibility, responsiveness, technical know-how and financial strength.

Fundamental Requirements for High Performance Secure Networks
As they work to support growth in IP traffic and seek to offer new revenue-generating or mission-critical services, our customers require secure network solutions that are not only feature rich but also deliver high reliability, high performance and assured user experiences.
At the same time, both service providers and enterprises must focus on detecting and preventing the ever increasing number of security threats facing the network itself and the data that flows across the network. This security must be innate to networking products and must not come at the expense of overall performance or unjustifiable cost.
Feature richness, high reliability, security, high performance, scalability, and cost effectiveness are each fundamental requirements in meeting the needs associated with the growth in IP traffic and the secure and assured delivery of value-added services to end users.

Feature Richness. The importance of increasing revenue streams and decreasing capital and operational costs for our customers is a significant priority in the industry. Service providers want to sell more revenue generating services with better cost efficiencies. Enterprises and other network operators want to provide a secure and assured network experience to their end users on a cost effective but value-generating basis. Each of these goals is ultimately a function of the features and capabilities that can be securely provided on each of the network elements. As networks advance, more and more features are required to sell new services as well as to lower the ongoing costs of operating the network. Next generation networking solutions therefore need to have flexibility to add new capabilities frequently without compromising the performance of the system, which gets increasingly difficult as the network demands increase.

High Reliability. As businesses and consumers increasingly rely on IP networks for mission-critical applications, high network reliability is essential. As a result, those businesses and consumers expect service providers to deliver a high degree of reliability in their networks.

Security. Today’s network environment presents an ever-increasing number of challenges regarding network security ranging from simple denial of service attacks to sophisticated, pervasive and malicious intrusions. The importance of security is increasing within all of our customers and we are continually improving and evolving the security capabilities on all of our product solutions. It is extremely important to provide comprehensive network-based security services that are fully integrated, free of performance trade-offs, and scaleable to any customer or market.

High Performance Without Compromising Intelligence. To handle the rapid growth in IP traffic, today’s network operators increasingly require secure networking solutions that can operate at higher speeds, while still delivering real-time services such as security and quality-of-service features. The processing of data packets at these high speeds requires sophisticated forwarding technology to inspect each packet and assign it to a destination based on priority, data type and other considerations. Since a large number of IP packets, many of which perform critical administrative functions, are small in size, high performance IP routers need to achieve their specified transmission speeds even for small packet sizes. Since smaller packets increase packet processing demands, routing large numbers of smaller packets tends to be more resource intensive than routing of larger packets. A wire speed router, which achieves its specified transmission rate for any type of traffic passing through it, can accomplish this task. Thus, provisioning of mission-critical services increasingly requires the high performance enabled by wire speed processing.

High Performance Under Stressful Conditions. In a large and complex network, individual components inevitably fail. However, the failure of an individual device or link must not compromise the network as a whole. In a typical network, when a failure occurs, the network loses some degree of capacity and, in turn, a greater load falls on the remaining network routers, which must provide alternate routes. IP infrastructure must quickly adjust to the new state of the network to maintain packet forwarding rates and avoid dropping significant numbers of packets when active routes are lost or when large numbers of routes change. Routing protocols are used to accomplish this convergence, a process that places even greater stress on the router. Given the complexity of IP network infrastructure, the convergence process is complex and places a far greater load on the router, thereby requiring a much more sophisticated device.

Scalability. Due to the rapid growth in IP traffic, service providers must continuously expand their networks, both in terms of increased numbers of access points of presence (PoPs), and also greater capacity per PoP. To facilitate this expansion process, secure networking solutions must be highly scalable. Next generation network appliances therefore need to be flexible and configurable to function within constantly changing networks while incurring minimal downtime.

High Return on Investment. Continued growth in IP traffic, price competition in the telecommunications market and increasing pressure for network operators to attain higher returns on their network infrastructure investments all contribute to our customers’ desire for solutions that significantly reduce the capital expenditures required to build and operate their networks. In addition to the basic cost of equipment, network operators incur substantial ancillary costs for the space required to deploy the equipment, power consumed and ongoing operation and maintenance of the equipment. Network operators therefore want to deploy dense and varied equipment configurations in limited amounts of rack and floor space. Therefore, in order to continue to scale their networks toward higher data speeds in a cost effective manner, network operators need the ability to mix and match easily many different speed connections at appropriate densities, without significantly increasing the consumption of space or power and driving costs higher.

These requirements define a clear need for IP infrastructure and security solutions that can support high speeds and offer new IP-based services. At the same time, network operators are eagerly seeking new solutions that increase the level of scalability and reliability within their networks and reduce the cost of their architectures.

Direct Sales Structure
Our direct sales organization is organized into three geographic theaters and within each theater according to the particular needs in that market. Our three geographic theaters are (I) the Americas, (II) Europe, Middle East and Africa, and (III) Asia Pacific. Our direct relationships with our customers are governed either by customer purchase orders and our acknowledgement of those orders or by purchase contracts. In instances where we have contracts with our customer, those contracts set forth only general terms of sale and do not require customers to purchase specified quantities of our products.

Global Channel System
In our sales and marketing efforts, we also employ a global network of strategic distribution relationships, as well as theater or country-specific distributors and value added resellers. Value-added resellers include our strategic resellers, which resell our products to end-users around the world. Within each theater, in addition to our direct sales force, we employ sales professionals to assist with the management of our various sales channels.

We have strategic reseller relationships with Ericsson, Lucent Technologies, and Siemens. We believe that each of these companies have significant customer relationships in place and offer products that complement our product offerings. Our arrangements with each of these partners allow them to resell our products on a worldwide, non-exclusive basis, provide for discounts based upon the volume of products sold and specify other general terms of sale. The agreements do not require these partners to purchase specified quantities of our products. Siemens accounted for greater than 10% of our total net revenues in 2005.

In addition to these strategic reseller relationships, we maintain relationships with distributors and value-added resellers in various theaters. These distributors and value-added resellers tend to be focused on particular theaters or particular countries within theaters. For example, we have substantial distribution relationships with Ingram Micro in the Americas and with NEC in Japan. The value-added resellers have expertise in deploying complex networking solutions in their respective markets. Our agreements with these distributors and value-added resellers are generally non-exclusive, limited by theater, and provide product discounts and other ordinary terms of sale. These agreements do not require our distributors or value-added resellers to purchase specified quantities of our products.

Customer Service and Support

We believe that a broad range of support services is essential to the successful customer deployment and ongoing support of our products and we have hired support engineers with proven network experience to provide those services. In most cases, our customer service and support organization provides front line product support and is the problem resolution interface to our partners and direct end users. We offer the following services: 24x7x365 technical assistance, hardware repair and replacement, unspecified updates, professional services and educational services. We deliver these services directly to major end users and also utilize a multi-tiered support model, leveraging the capabilities of our partners and third party organizations. We also train our channel partners in the delivery of education and support services.


Competition in the network infrastructure and security markets is intense. Cisco Systems, has historically dominated the market, with other companies such as Nortel Networks, Alcatel, CheckPoint Software Technologies, and Huawei Technologies providing competitive products. In addition, a number of public and private companies have announced plans for new products to address the same needs that our products address. We believe that our ability to compete with Cisco and others depends upon our ability to demonstrate that our products are superior in meeting the needs of our current and potential customers.
We expect that, over time, large companies with significant resources, technical expertise, market experience, customer relationships and broad product lines, such as Cisco, Nortel, Alcatel, and Huawei Technologies, will introduce new products which are designed to compete more effectively in this market. As a result, we expect to face increased competition in the future from larger companies with significantly more resources than we have. Although we believe that our technology and the purpose-built features of our products make them unique and will enable us to compete effectively with these companies, we cannot guarantee that we will be successful.

Many of our current and potential competitors, such as Cisco, Nortel, Alcatel, and Huawei Technologies have significantly broader product lines than we do and may bundle their products with other networking products in a manner that may discourage customers from purchasing our products. Also, many of our current and potential competitors have greater name recognition and more extensive customer bases that could be leveraged. Increased competition could result in price reduction, fewer customer orders, reduced gross margins and loss of market share, any of which could seriously harm our operating results.

There are also several other companies that claim to have products with greater capabilities than our products. Consolidation in this industry has begun, with one or more of these smaller private companies being acquired by large, established suppliers of network infrastructure products, and we believe it is likely to continue. As a result, we expect to face increased competition in the future from larger companies with significantly more resources than we have.

Several companies also provide solutions that can substitute for some uses of routers. For example, high bandwidth Asynchronous Transfer Mode (“ATM”) switches are used in the core of certain major backbone service providers. ATM switches can carry a variety of traffic types, including voice, video and data, using fixed, 53 byte cells. Companies that use ATM switches are enhancing their products with new software technologies such as Multi-Protocol Label Switching (“MPLS”), which can potentially simplify the task of mixing routers and switches in the same network. These substitutes can reduce the need for large numbers of routers.

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   JNPR is expected to report next financial results on July 29, 2022.

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Juniper Networks Inc 's Segments
 Segment    74.12 % of total Revenue
Service Layer Technologies
 Segment    25.88 % of total Revenue
 Segment    48.41 % of total Revenue
 Segment    16.13 % of total Revenue
 Segment    9.58 % of total Revenue
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Juniper Networks Inc does not provide revenue guidance.

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Geographic Revenue Dispersion
United States 52.1 %
Other Americas 4.75 %
EMEA 27.3 %
Other Asia Pacific 15.85 %


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