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Juniper Networks channel executives talk high-performance networking

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Juniper Networks' push into the high-performance networking market is the topic of this SearchITChannel.com podcast, recorded at the J-Partner Summit in Las Vegas. Frank Vitagliano, Juniper's senior vice president of worldwide channels, and Blaine Raddon, vice president of Americas channel sales, spoke with senior news writer Rivka Little about the challenges Juniper partners face in cross-selling end-to-end networking products in the hotly competitive enterprise market.

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