Juniper guns for Cisco again with smaller QFabric

By , Network World |  Data Center, Juniper Networks, switches

Separately, Juniper has named Andy Bach as its chief architect, financial services. Bach had been senior vice president, Global Head of Network Services at the NYSE Euronext, where he  responsible for planning the worldwide networks that link the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Securities Industries Automation Corporation (SIAC), the American Stock Exchange, Pacific Stock Exchange, Archipelago, LIFFE and European cash markets, as well as the national markets system networks SIAC operates. Bach also designed and developed the Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure, which grew from a New York metropolitan network to a global network spanning several continents.

NYSE is a Juniper EX and QFabric customer.

Bach will be responsible for helping define Juniper's financial services market sales strategy and customer architectures for cloud computing and the mobile Internet. He will report to Gene Chao, vice president, global industries, strategy and solutions at Juniper.

Jim Duffy has been covering technology for over 25 years, 21 at Network World. He also writes The Cisco Connection blog and can be reached on Twitter @Jim_Duffy.

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