Credit Suisse Group Reiterates “$21.00” Price Target for Juniper Networks (JNPR). Barclays downgrades JNPR https://theolympiareport.com/2018/05/20/credit-suisse-group-reiterates-21-00-price-target-for-juniper-networks-jnpr.html
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It's happening again! Layoff confirmed in June. Managers are working on $ tasks and deciding who goes.
Nokia was a possibility as they are known for buying scrap companies but they went away. One look at Juniper's culture will have Mussolini run for the hills. In EMEA the Management decided to promote people with 0 management experience from a... read more
Heard some happened this week and more coming. Which groups?
Juniper routing is down 20% yearly Clearly the flagship routing products of juniper are not competitive anymore . Expect layoffs in Routing group as this is one of the fat group which was hardly touched in the past
Has anyone had experience with this pathetic excuse for a group ? Folks with ivory tower positions using horrid unworkable processes as an excuse that makes a 2 month project into a 6 month one. Instead of empowering and guiding the groups to... read more
Great product Contrail. Lousiest BU though. For every Contrail POC I worked at I had NO response from anyone at the BU AS down, unless multitude of SVPs would be copied on the request. One would think that for such a truly great product struggling to... read more
As soon as Juniper's quarterly call is announced, in came a Goldman Sachs downgrade. Stock is tanking 5%+ as I write this. Writing's on the wall. MJ in EMEA is sharpening his knives
As “Silicon Valley is belatedly acknowledging the value of human beings”, Juniper’s “self driving networks”, “netbots” and “automation” campaigns will prove yet again how marketing has failed to see the future. https://qz.com/1252986 Maybe this... read more
The author of this article claims Juniper is on the mend, despite some recent missteps and setbacks, and recent SDN wins, the steady margins, and earnings over the past TEN years is a good sign... read more
“@Juniper.... Poor marketing => Poor sales => More layoffs” This comment is so true. There have been many comments on this site blaming other groups for Juniper’s failures, particularly PLM, Engineering and Sales. Marketing is the root cause of... read more
Highly unlikely that Juniper will survive till 2019. Founder member and CTO PS quit over 1 year back to create Fungible. Consecutive quarterly hits are going on for at last 6 quarters if not more. In EMEA the new boss selected last July is clear... read more
Heard a number of people got impact today, not sure how widespread it is at this point but heard it can be a s big as 1000 worldwide
Not sure how many of you looked at the article somebody posted in another thread (https://marketrealist.com/2018/03/juniper-networks-revenues-expected-to-decline-in-fiscal-2018,) but those numbers are really bad. If their predictions are true, we are... read more
So whats it gonna be this time? I hope there is some good news to pump the stock price, if that is not too much to ask. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/juniper-networks-announces-date-first-201500140.html SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 16, 2018-- Juniper... read more
The fundamental problem with Juniper is Marketing. There are a handful of idiots in Marketing who know just enough to impress an equally unimpressive group of mouthy directors and VPs. This group has repeatedly brought out a series of products and... read more
Contrail is s---ing all the money out of Juniper. A 10 year experienced guy with 0 manager experience has recently been made a senior manager from Staff role while we in other groups have to toil long and hard for a 50% bonus. Apart from this, these... read more
Juniper really needs to find ways to partner with ISPs and offer a consumer modem (cable, dsl or vdsl etc) that has SRX firewall integrated. Their sales engineers should expand focus on different customer sectors besides government such as education... read more
Not a surprise. Noticed on some thread some posts have been removed.
Mid to late March this year or sooner. Remember last March’s layoffs? They need to get their numbers in order for Q1 2018. Pretty much this, for those wondering when next round of layoffs is coming. Not sure how bad it will get, but I'm positive we... read more
I was visiting a very ill relative at the hospital and while looking around I see Cisco wireless access points, cisco security IP cameras, nurses carrying cisco wireless voip phones, cisco ip phones, everything Cisco! Makes me wonder what are the... read more
Recently I heard an ex-Marketing employee at Juniper survived several rounds of layoffs, even though she herself admitted she didn’t contribute in her role. In fact she even claimed she managed to get herself promoted twice before she was finally let... read more
In this article, Ivan Gorski explains why people (with experience and know-how) are the most valuable asset in tech companies. If this is true, why does the leadership at Juniper not reallize this, and jump at the chance to layoff people with... read more
There is no layoff big enough to solve the issues faced by Juniper... inside and outside the company. Internally, there is no cohesion between the business groups. They all act as through they are in a seperate company. Routing is arrogant. Switching... read more
Fasten seat belts for heads on the chopping block in EMEA with a new boss from "Brocade".
Head count is being cut to make this future tie up more attractive to both sides. For Juniper engineering, it's a net good move, as Ericsson just killed their BNG division. There's a lot less overlap than with Cisco, so only a few Ericsson router and... read more
ANET is on fire! 251+ today! A wonderful underdog story. C'mon JNPR, get with it!
All that could be said of engineering at Juniper, just showed up as a comment on a major news story: "I work with hundreds of these H1-B holders from India, they have vastly lied about their credentials and skills just to get into the U.S. market and... read more
In EMEA rumours are circulating again about possible layoffs in Feb/March 2018. Channel/partner team may get impacted. Apparently its being run "mafia style" by a completely inexperienced person hand-picked and promoted inexplicably early 2017 by the... read more
Juniper is #1 with service providers according to a new report by IHS. What are you smoking? What this really means is that IHS made a boatload of cash for a bogus survey and writing up a pay for play report for Juniper. Who believes this cräp? Get... read more
It has been quiet on the layoff front since October. But there were some acquisition rumors from time to time. Things are getting better now?
Customers are much better informed now, and the hype of Juniper (products) is a thing of the past. Juniper does not have a default way in, to any account, including service providers. Arista is the new black. Even (communications) service providers... read more
A drone as a manger or a bot as a hope to sell to naive customers: at Juniper you have a choice! The never-ending saga of Juniper's marketing hype and addressing customers and employees like morons continues in full-blast:... read more
No layoffs before February '18, However... the entire Security Business Unit will be sold and some will asked to hit the road anyway. Finally the SRX won't be a Juniper product, and someone else's problem. Been going through the posts and found this... read more
Any recommendations ? Or how to find a good one since there are so many available ?
Resource allocation. Very few people end up doing the most of the work. other people just come to work spending most of their time in discussing about family/pets/vacations or blowing 2 hours in gym , 2 hr lunch breaks etc, unbelieveable. but when it... read more
Reliable source from inside are teliing or speculate the product line to be sold off in a desperate effort to revitalize rest of the products and investments. Is this a true?