Juniper Names EVP

Juniper Networks names Mark Bauhaus executive vice president and general manager of the service layer technology business group

October 3, 2007

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Juniper Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: JNPR), the leader in high-performance networking, today announced the appointment of Mark Bauhaus to the position of executive vice president and general manager, service layer technology. Most recently an executive-level technology consultant, Mr. Bauhaus joins Juniper Networks following 20 years at Sun Microsystems, Inc., where he served as senior vice president, service oriented architecture software.

'We are excited to have Mark join the Juniper executive leadership team,'said Stephen Elop, Juniper Networks' chief operating officer. 'Mark's wealth of enterprise software experience combined with his proven track record of driving one of the fastest growing segments at Sun will enable us to aggressively deliver on our no-compromise approach to high-performance networking in the enterprise.'

Mr. Bauhaus will lead Juniper Networks' service layer technology business group, with responsibility for the company's security, application acceleration, unified access control and enterprise routing product lines.Mr. Bauhaus will report directly to Mr. Elop.

'The many strengths of the service layer technology business place Juniper in a unique position to serve the rapidly evolving networking needs of high-performance businesses,' said Mr. Bauhaus. 'I am really excited to be joining Juniper, and look forward to bringing additional service layer innovation to life in order to augment the current offerings that so many customers rely on for their high-performance network infrastructure needs.'

Juniper Networks Inc.

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