Juniper Networks goes virtual with security

Virtualization is one of the hottest trends in telecom, and now, Juniper Networks has announced the SRX Dynamic Services Gateway, a new platform that features security virtualization capabilities that change the way security capabilities are assigned to services on the network. The software-based capabilities are derived from modular line-cards and grew out of the company's 2004 acquisition of NetScreen.

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