Juniper Networks

PTX Series Packet Transport Routers

Built to optimize IP/MPLS core, peering, metro, and converged IP and optical networks.

Converged Supercore: Physical and Virtual Innovations, World-Class Silicon and SDN Programmability—Juniper’s Perspective.

PTX Series routers form the foundation of the Converged Supercore® architecture, providing performance, optical transport integration, and elegant deployment. They support high-density 100GbE environments, with energy efficiency of less than half a watt per Gbps.

Juniper PTX Series

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Infradata is an award-winning Juniper Elite Partner with advanced security and enterprise routing specialties, and the distinction of multiple certified engineers on staff. Our engineers are recognized by Juniper as technical experts and advocates of Juniper solutions. That means you can count on Infradata for the technical know-how and hands-on experience to accurately assess your networking requirements, and design, implement, and manage a Juniper-based solution to suit your needs.


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PTX Series Features

Innovative architecture

Converged Supercore® architecture helps service providers take the uncertainty and high costs out of core, peering, metro, and converged IP and optical network planning and provisioning.

Compact form factor

PTX3000 is the industry’s only 300 mm ETSI-compliant core router.

Collapsed metro transport

The only routers in the world that can fully converge IP with optical in a package that can be deployed in any telco environment.

WAN SDN traffic optimization

NorthStar Controller gives network operators global network visibility and intimate traffic engineering control for PTX Series routers.

Industry-leading density

PTX Series routers provide up to 3 Tbps per slot.

Enormous Scalability

Up to 3 Tbps per slot, powered by custom Juniper Networks ExpressPlus™ silicon, enables service providers to increase capacity without expanding their network and facilities footprint.

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