Juniper launches T-series router


Juniper launches T-series router

John-Paul Kamath

Juniper Networks has launched the newest member of its T-series family, the T1600 core router. Capable of delivering 1.6 terabits per second of throughput in a single half-rack chassis, the service-aware T1600 core router is designed to ease the transition to next-generation networks.

“The new Juniper T1600 multi-terabit core router will allow us to increase network capacity in line with escalating service demands without adding incremental systems,” said Matt Bross, BT Group Chief Technology Officer.

Designed for multi-chassis deployments, the T1600 can scale to deliver up to 3.2tbps of throughput in a single standard seven-foot rack – more than twice the density of traditional platforms. As with all Juniper routers, the T1600 is fully policy-enabled and managed through the recently announced Session Resource Control product family.

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