Juniper Networks announced that the United Arab Emirates’ (U.A.E.) Advanced Military Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Center (AMMROC) has built a mission-critical network infrastructure based on Juniper’s switching, security and network management technology.
AMMROC has deployed Juniper Networks SRX Series Services Gateways for improved performance, scalability and integrated security services, as well as the EX Series Ethernet Switches, to provide enhanced services and expand capabilities for its existing and planned operations.
AMMROC also installed the Junos Space Management Platform to simplify and automate the management of network devices.
AMMROC has reduced its operational expenses (OPEX) as a result of its automated and centrally-managed network sites and simplified system operations.
Juniper’s open network approach also enabled high flexibility for adding new applications to its live network with speed, reliability and ease. It enables AMMROC to pioneer new and advanced cloud-based offerings with reduced risk and lower costs, the company said.
With Juniper, AMMROC was able to future-proof its network with advanced technology enabling them to achieve tangible operational value to its customers, said Eyad Al Sahli, head of information technology at AMMROC.
“AMMROC can now securely provide support to its key customers including U.A.E. Armed Forces and other military operators by integrating products from Juniper Networks,” said Samer Kudsi, sales director, Middle East & North Africa at Juniper Networks.