Reliable routing at the edge

Juniper Networks Inc. of Sunnyvale, Calif., took the wraps off its newest 10-gigabit, multiservice edge router. Juniper's M120 uses the company's I-chip, a new packet-forwarding engine technology that improves efficiency, scalability and performance, according to company officials. The M120 is much like the current M320, but smaller. And in this version Juniper separated the forwarding process from the I/O to improve reliability.

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