“The collective power of the infrastructure, security expertise and technology portfolio of our two global brands will provide the military with a unique and compelling offering,” said George F. Holland, Vice President of federal strategy and business development at Juniper Networks. “Today many of the world’s largest and most demanding networks run on Juniper products and platforms. This agreement with GE enables us to extend our rich heritage in the defense space and bring those same capabilities and benefits to customers--such as military prime contractors--who require advanced networks in highly dynamic environments and need the superior security capabilities for which Juniper Networks is renowned.”The RTR8GE router supports radio-aware router protocols that monitor network efficiency, available bandwidth and regulate traffic flow, choosing the most efficient network route in mobile, ad-hoc battlefield network environments. It also includes anti-tamper protection and information-assurance technologies in recognition of the sensitive nature of the data it is designed to transport.
|For more information:||http://defense.ge-ip.com/products/family/military-and-aerospace|
|RTR8GE data sheet:||http://defense.ge-ip.com/account/download/13033|
|Juniper Networks Junos:||http://www.juniper.net/us/en/products-services/nos/junos/|