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Juniper Networks chosen by Jazz to build fully-automated data centre infrastructure

Juniper Networks chosen by Jazz to build fully-automated data centre infrastructure

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Juniper Networks, a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, announced that it has been selected by Jazz, Pakistan’s number one 4G operator and the largest Internet and leading digital service provider, to create a transformative, expanded and upgraded data centre network to underpin Jazz’s services delivery platform for its 74.9 million subscribers. Jazz’s objective was to reimagine its architectural approach by leveraging continuous automation, assurance and data-driven insights to deliver a superior network user experience at scale while simplifying its operations.

Jazz says it offers the broadest portfolio of value-added digital services to enterprises and subscribers in Pakistan and has built a reputation for cutting-edge innovation with the ability to scale cloud-based services quickly and reliably. Following a rigorous vendor-agnostic technology appraisal, focused on the operational and cost efficiencies made possible by network automation, Jazz selected Juniper’s technology and expertise to underpin this latest project. Juniper’s advanced automation capabilities, transforming the entire network management life cycle process within a single system, were a standout in the market.

“The power of automation, bound within a single operational framework thanks to intent-based networking, enables Jazz to address the relevant operational questions, find the right answers quickly and make the best decisions,” said Mike Bushong, Vice President, Cloud Ready Data Center at Juniper Networks. “This means its network becomes a strategic business tool, leveraging data to deliver robust deployment and operational efficiencies and eliminates traditional network constraints that force choices between speed and reliability.”

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