Juniper Networks has revamped its network infrastructure products for the enterprise market.
Four new offerings have been added to the SRX series. Based on a Dynamic Service Architecture, the products can simultaneously scale integrated services and network capacity to reduce the strain and risk on targeted network, Juniper claims. The new SRX additions also feature unified threat management and intrusion prevention capabilities to ward off content-based threats.
The different models include the SRX100 with a range of fixed form-factor options, SRX210 with single-slot modularity, the SRX240 with 16 on-board gigabit Ethernet ports, and the SRX650 with eight expansion slots for WAN/LAN interfaces.
Juniper has also made a new line of Ethernet switches for the existing EX family available. The EX2200 series is designed for access-layer deployments in branch offices and campus networks. Consuming less than 2W per port, the new line has integrated Junos software-based Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching capabilities.
The EX220-24T-4G and EX2200-48T-5G models offer 24 and 48 10/100/1000 Base-T ports respectively, while the EX220-24P-4G and EX2200-48P-4G can support converged network devices such as WLAN access points.
SRX210 retails for $US1099, the SRX240 at $US2999 and SRX650 at $16,000. SRX100, to be released in the third quarter of 2009, is priced at $699. The EX2200 line will be available first quarter of 2010 with a starting price of $US2400.