Shaygan Kheradpir: Juniper Networks to Focus on Cloud Builders, High-IQ Networks

Juniper-Networks-logo EbizShaygan Kheradpir, Juniper Networks CEO, has outlined his plan to achieve the company’s mission goals by focusing on cloud builders and high-IQ networks, MicroScope reported Thursday.

Linda Endersby writes Kheradpir considers cloud computing as an instrument to further the growth of global connectivity.

Juniper intends to concentrate on cloud builders as customers turn to the cloud as the “new delivery engine of innovation,” according to the report.

“Juniper understands how to unleash the power of the cloud through High-IQ Networks,” Kheradpir said.

“A High-IQ Network is a very different, dynamic system approach as it self configures based on what is needed from the network and what is the highest priority for the network at any moment in time,” he added.

Kheradpir also highlighted the company’s focus on collaborating with its clients to “deliver new use-cases that are accretive for them and capture the imagination of their customers,” Endersby reports.

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