Juniper Networks on Monday will roll out three products for mobile network providers to get a bigger slice of the 3G, 4G and LTE upgrade revenue pie.
The big picture: Juniper, which primarily competes with Alcatel-Lucent and Cisco for wireless business, sees networks converging. According to Mallik Tatipamula, vice president of service provider marketing at Juniper, the mobile network will look a lot like the fixed line broadband infrastructure.
These so-called converged networks are growing in clout overseas and are likely to catch on in the U.S. in a few years.
With that in mind, Juniper is launching three products at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Monday:
Juniper is a smaller fry in the land of vendors catering to wireless carriers. Indeed, AT&T on Wednesday went with Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson for its LTE upgrade. That said Juniper has routers in place at all the tier one carriers. Tatipamula said the company is hoping to grow share as networks converge behind the scenes.
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