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IN PICTURES: Juniper Partner Summit 2014 (+25 photos)

IN PICTURES: Juniper Partner Summit 2014 (+25 photos)

Networking vendor holds its Australian partner event in Sydney

Following the Partner Summit, the local Juniper team (pictured) mingled with guests during the networking drinks

Following the Partner Summit, the local Juniper team (pictured) mingled with guests during the networking drinks

Juniper Networks recently held its Australian Partner Summit at Doltone House in Sydney, where it announced its latest business vision, and acknowledged its local partners and resellers.

Managing director A/NZ, Nathan McGregor, spoke about how the company is changing and the steps it is taking to remain competitive in the networking market.

Channel Dynamics director, Moheb Moses, also provided an insight into the opportunitities in the Cloud, as well as the challenges it is creating for the channel.

Following the full day of presentations, the Partner Summit concluded with networking drinks accompanied by an accoustic performance.

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