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On November 3, 2015, Juniper announced its Cloud CPE solution. Cloud CPE is a networking framework based on NFV and cloud technology that delivers virtualized network and security services on demand from the cloud to the customer edge.


  • Juniper has been working with service providers for over three years to develop virtualized CPE (vCPE) capabilities and now, with the addition of a virtualized customer service platform and service orchestration, has packaged an end-to-end solution as Cloud CPE.
  • Cloud CPE consists of a management and orchestration (MANO) software stack based on the Contrail software suite, a new customer premises product (the NFX250), and virtual network functions (VNFs) including Juniper’s vSRX virtualized security platform and its virtual router, vMX.
  • The NFX250 is the first in a series of Juniper products to deliver virtualized managed services at the customer premises.

Features and Benefits

  • Details Juniper's plans to enter the customer premises equipment (CPE) market with virtualized CPE.
  • Describes the elements of Juniper's end-to-end networking framework, Cloud CPE.

Key questions answered

  • What is Juniper's market strategy for Cloud CPE, and what is the competitive environment?
  • What is the deployment model for Cloud CPE? What service providers are involved in vCPE deployments?

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Juniper’s Cloud CPE strategy

  • Juniper’s Cloud CPE platform
  • Three deployment models


  • Further reading
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