HotSeat video: ACG Research dives deep on Juniper T4000 core router

In this video, Ray Mota of ACG Research puts Juniper Networks' Luc Ceuppens on the hot seat about Juniper's new T4000 core router, how it differs from other core offerings, backward compatibility and more.

In ACG Research's HotSeat video interviews, ACG analysts ask equipment vendors the hard questions to provide service providers with deeper information on new offerings and industry issues that go beyond product announcements. In this video, ACG Research Managing Partner Ray Mota talks to Luc Ceuppens, vice president of product marketing for the Infrastructure Products Group at Juniper Networks, about Juniper's new T4000 core router, which is slated to start shipping in the second half of 2011.

Mota and Ceuppens discuss the motivation behind Juniper's T4000 and how the T4000 Series differs from Juniper's previous T640 and T1600 core router offerings. They also talk about protecting carrier investment in existing T Series equipment.

Ceuppens also details potential applications for the T4000's muscle, including its prospective value in handling increasing video traffic. He identifies decision points for service providers choosing between Juniper's Carrier Ethernet-focused MX Series of routers or the more broadly scalable T Series, like the T4000.

About the speakers:

ACG's Ray Mota has more than 25 years of experience in the networking and telecommunications market, specializing in design, implementation and troubleshooting, and maximizing organizational efficiency. Before founding ACG Research, he was chief strategist and president of Synergy Research Group, CTO and president of Advanced Technology Group at Micros-To-Mainframes, and a system analyst at Eastman Kodak. He also holds three amateur baseball World Series titles.

Luc Ceuppens is responsible for product marketing, technical marketing and competitive intelligence at Juniper Networks. He has more than 25 years of international experience in sales and marketing of high-tech products and services. Prior to joining Juniper, he held senior positions with Solectron, StrataLight Communications, Calient Networks, Level 3 Communications and WorldCom.

This was last published in January 2011

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