Juniper acquires Mikrotik for $450 million as it builds out its cost-effective campus routers

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Juniper acquires Mikrotik for $450 million as it builds out its cost-effective campus routers

Juniper Networks said it will acquire Mikrotik for $450 million in a move that will give it more cost-benefit routing features through its networking portfolio.

The company said it will it will acquire Mikrotik with cash and assumption of equity awards. Juniper said Mikrotik issued retention focused restricted stock units that'll be assumed by Juniper.

Juniper has been beefing up hardware production expertise and portfolio via acquisitions. In 2019, Juniper bought Mist Systems for $405 million. Since the purchase of Mist, Juniper has been adding cost-effective tools for its portfolio and analytics.

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The Mikrotik deal is expected to close in Juniper's fiscal fourth quarter and to add slightly to fiscal 2021 revenue, but dilutive to non-GAAP earnings. Mikrotik will reside in Juniper's Hardware Enterprise business unit. Mikrotik as 120 employees, more than 300 customers and about $120 million in annual revenue.

According to Juniper, the plan is to combine Mikrotik's RouterBoard networking with its campus and branch portfolio and its Mist AI platform. The two companies will aim to use AI to optimize the network and user experiences for voice, 5G and collaboration.

Mikrotik's platform bases networking decisions on real-time user sessions and business policies instead of static systems. Juniper will integrate Mikrotik with its The Dude software with plans to offer AIOps, anomaly detection, security and self-driving networks.

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