Juniper Networks has finalised the acquisition of Cloud and metro network infrastructure solutions provider, BTI Systems.
The completion of the merger marks a new phase of growth for the company as it allows Juniper to offer a comprehensive solution under one unified management architecture.
Juniper said it will also help the company to drive the industry toward a more open, automated and efficient IP and optical transport network.
As a result of the integrated portfolios, Juniper said its customers can expect a more compelling economic model for datacentre interconnection and Metro networks, quick service creation and broader network automation which reduces operational expense.
“We believe the growth of content sharing, video streaming, social networks and other bandwidth intensive applications in the Cloud and content networks will continue to accelerate,” said Juniper executive vice president and general manager of development and innovation, Jonathan Davidson.
“Customers need a better way to manage the increasing bandwidth demands for high-speed interconnectivity between datacentres, access networks and peering points. Through this acquisition, Juniper and BTI Systems are bringing together their shared vision to tackle our customer’s most challenging problems and deliver solutions that are open, automated and efficient,” he continued.