Infrastructure VAD Arrow ECS has added Juniper Networks, a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, to its ArrowSphere platform. Launching initially in Sweden, the roll-out will continue across Austria, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Norway and Switzerland in the fourth quarter in 2022 and the first quarter in 2023.
Juniper’s cloud-based solutions such as cloud-managed WiFi/LAN help simplify network operations and drive superior experiences from client to cloud by using AI-driven technology, enabling users to deploy applications and services efficiently and securely at cloud scale.
Mark Barcham, head of strategic alliances of Arrow ECS in EMEA, said: “by adding Juniper to our Arrowsphere platform, channel partners can reap the benefits of the platform while also taking advantage from the significant opportunities of the industry-leading AI-and cloud-driven network solutions by Juniper.”
Juniper combines hardware and Mist AI technology to provide network solutions for the AI-driven enterprise that enhance network performance, capability and security.
“Juniper’s AI and security solutions optimize user experiences and simplify operations across complex networks”, said Gordon Mackintosh, head of global channels and virtual sales, Juniper Networks. “Arrow’s addition of Juniper to its ArrowSphere platform will help its channel partners remove complexity, making the networking experience as simple as possible for end customers in Europe to provision the solutions that will help them scale for success.”
ArrowSphere helps channel partners to manage, differentiate and scale their cloud business. Its marketplace includes all the leading hyperscale providers, as well as public and private LaaS, PaaS, SaaS and cloud software offerings. The platform provides end-to-end cloud lifecycle management with features like automated provisioning, comprehensive billing integration, reporting and predictive analytics. ArrowSphere also offers integrated DevOps and customizable storefronts that enable end customers to manage their own transactions.