Juniper Networks today expanded the range of interface cards for its MX-series portfolio of Ethernet services routers with the addition of three new interchangeable dense port concentrator (DPC) families.

Juniper said that its MX-series provides customers with the ability to expand and accelerate the deployment of carrier-class Ethernet networks and services – reducing cost and complexity in additional parts of the network, as well as increased flexibility to support a wider range of Ethernet network architectures in both the enterprise and service provider markets.

“Juniper’s MX-series platforms are a key enabler as we seek to maximize the value of our asset by increasing efficiency and capacity on our network while accelerating the delivery of innovative, high-performance services,” said Clive Dorsman, COO at The Carphone Warehouse Networks.

The new DPC interface cards can be deployed in tandem with existing interface cards – enabling customers to configure the MX-series with an optimal combination of high- and low-speed interfaces to meet specific deployment requirements.

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