Friday, June 10, 2011

Juniper renews contract with 4G industry leader

BOCA RATON, USA: Juniper Group announced that its wholly-owned telecommunications subsidiary has renewed its contract with the industry leader that pioneered and built the first 4G network in the country. This broadband network reached over 130 million people nationally in 70 major markets.

Much of Juniper's work for this client had been focused on outsourced work from this client's largest shareholder and wholesale partner. Now, there is a similar multi-year deal in place with a second infrastructure vendor. Juniper's client will retain ownership of the network assets, still have full responsibility for future technology and strategy decisions and will remain the primary contact for customers, wholesale partners and equipment vendors.

Vlado P. Hreljanovic, president and CEO said: "We are very pleased that based upon the quality of our work, and on the level of customer satisfaction that we aim to achieve, we have been contracted to continue our work for this prestigious client. We are ready to enlarge our regional footprint as necessary and look forward to the next step and the opportunities that lie ahead."

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