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Juniper Networks has slipped something of a surprise into its Q1 2017 financials, announcing that it's no longer going to break out service provider and enterprise verticals in its reports. The company reported 11 per cent year-on-year growth for the quarter, to US$1.221 billion, and while its $109 million loss for the quarter …

  1. asdf Silver badge

    Junos OS is hot garbage

    >Security suffered a 10 percent year-on-year decline

    From the maker of Junos OS who somehow took FreeBSD and removed the security and stability this is hardly a surprise.

  2. Amos1

    Seriously, losing money year after year in security?

    What a bunch of clowns. The fastest growing market is security and they have lost significant market share every year. The only bigger clowns are the people who buy SRX "firewalls" because of their low price. In other news, Juniper can barely give their "security" products away. Their notworking products are wonderful as well. All they need to do is add hard-coded backdoor admin credentials and they'll have surpassed Cisco in that market share.

    Oh wait, they already got backdoored by a third-party for years and never knew it. Never mind.

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