Juniper Networks Showcase

UTSA Customer Success Story

Welcome to the Showcase

UTSA Customer Success Story with Juniper Networks

presented by Juniper Networks


Juniper’s AI-Enabled Campus is a comprehensive reference architecture that allows colleges, universities, and research institutions to build secure, high-performance digital learning and research networks.
To minimize complexity and cost, the network must be able to focus on the experience of the end user first. AI and machine learning must be infused from the access edge as well as to switches, routers, data center, and security devices. Juniper is the leader in providing a cloud-enabled, end-to-end AI and machine learning engine focused on delivering the best user experience.

Juniper has customer success stories in the Education sector globally and here in Australia. From K to 12 to higher education, Juniper has helped customers address their pain points and deliver better outcomes for their institution and students. Notable global institutions include Oxford University and Dartmouth College. Here is Australia James Cook University, Online Education Services (OES) and Alamanda College are a few. 

In this Showcase, Juniper Networks will discuss The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) customer success story.

When: Tuesday 13 June 11am - 12pm AEST
Where: Zoom webinar

View the recording and presentation slides here


Presented by Juniper Networks

Louise Hayward, Regional Sales Manager Juniper AIDE Australia, Juniper Networks
Nassos Galiopoulos, CTO, University of Texas in San Antonio (UTSA).

Hosted By:
Nikki Peever, Director Cybersecurity, CAUDIT

Juniper Networks contact details:

Name: David Hadlow

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Start Date

13 Jun 2023

End Date

13 Jun 2023


01:00 - 02:00

based on your local time


Online Via Zoom Webinar



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CAUDIT acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands where we live, learn and work. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of all First Nations people.