|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||27.70 - 28.04|
|52-week range||23.87 - 30.96|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.68|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.40 (1.40%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Shares of computer network and security vendors A10 Networks (ATEN) and Aerohive (HIVE) both plunged today, after the companies both warned yesterday, after market close, that results will fall short of expectations for the current quarter. Aerohive closed down $1.63, or almost 30%, at $4.07, while A10 dropped 99 cents, or almost 14%, to close at $6.32. Cisco Systems (CSCO) stock was up 66 cents, or 1.6%, at $41.20, Arista Networks (ANET) rose $10.04, or almost 4%, at $262.81, and Juniper Networks (JNPR) closed up 6 cents at $28.67.
How Will Juniper Perform in Fiscal 4Q17? The top four companies are Juniper (JNPR), Cisco (CSCO), Nokia (NOK), and China’s (FXI) Huawei. IHS Markit has also ranked these firms and measured several parameters—such as product reliability, price-to-performance ratio, service and support, technology innovation, and security.
ThousandEyes, the Network Intelligence company that delivers visibility into every network, today announced a partnership with Juniper Networks to provide insights into network performance and application delivery across the changing hybrid wide area network (WAN) of service providers and enterprises. The ThousandEyes solution with Juniper Networks® Cloud Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) provides visibility for network operations teams into the delivery of internally hosted and SaaS applications that traverse wide area networks and the internet. “As more and more of our customers move to cloud-centric networks to realize its cost and agility promises, the migration – often to a hybrid public/private environment – can also bring new network blind spots that, if left unchecked, can wreak havoc on service delivery, application development, SLAs and the overall end-user experience,” said Mihir Maniar, vice president, product management, Juniper Networks.
Nokia (NOK) has ended its rumored efforts to buy Juniper Networks (JNPR). CNBC had reported that the two hardware behemoths were talking about a merger deal.
As several tech companies rush to become more based in the cloud, one company that underscores the transformative nature of that struggle, and how that transformation can wear on investor patience, is ...
Networking giant Juniper has reported a mixed set of results this year, with revenue declines across key product segments including routing and network security, while the company is also facing declining margins for product divisions.
From the no-comment by Juniper and the denial by Nokia, there appear to be no active merger talks between the two companies right now.
Nokia (NOK) recently broke with its culture of not commenting on market rumors to state that it isn't discussing the acquisition of Juniper Networks (JNPR).
Of the 25 analysts covering Juniper Networks (JNPR), four have recommended a “buy,” two have recommended a “sell,” and 19 have recommended a “hold.”
In September 2017, Juniper Networks (JNPR) announced that it would acquire software security company Cyphort for an undisclosed sum.
Juniper Networks' Cloud segment's revenues fell to $345 million in 3Q17, a decrease of 4% YoY and 9% quarter-over-quarter.
Juniper Networks (JNPR) stock has risen 13% since announcing its 3Q17 results on October 24. JNPR reported net income of $211.1 million in 3Q17, down from $220.5 million in 2Q17.
Dec.13 -- Rami Rahim, Juniper Networks chief executive officer, discusses the importance of simplifying networking, the state of the router market and where he's seeing growth opportunities with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."