CenturyLink Chosen by Juniper Networks as Partner of the Year; Emilio Umeoka Comments

Century-Link logoCenturyLink has been chosen by Juniper Networks as partner of the year for its sales, customer service, technology, and service contributions, according to a company statement

“Juniper's annual partner awards recognize partners from around the world who have demonstrated leadership in driving network innovation in the marketplace,“said Emilio Umeoka, Juniper Networks worldwide partners and alliances senior vice president.

The award was given during the Juniper Networks Global Partner Conference in Las Vegas,Nv.

According to the release, CenturyLink  was chosen because of its CPE solutions deployment for new managed services last year.

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