An injection of capital spending from the carrier sector and an accelerated push into software-defined networking will help put Juniper Networks back on level ground in 2013, according to the company's chief executive. Kevin Johnson says he expects the company to generate sales of at least $150 million per quarter from five key products, including the T4000 core router, the QFabric data-center fabric and the ACX access router.

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