Juniper Networks secure flight cases with inotec’s Diosecure label
Juniper Networks has recently decided to put inotec’s safety and anti-theft Diosecure label on their flight cases. These flight cases often contain many different valuable parts. If one or more of these parts goes missing during transportation this is not typically noticed immediately upon acceptation by Junipers customers.
Claims made by customers regarding incomplete shipments days and sometimes weeks after receiving their flight cases can be very hard to verify. Using the Diosecure label should alleviate that problem as any opening of the case, or an attempt to do so immediately leads to a broken seal / label. Revealing the also pre-printed material, containing an ID and instructions for the recipient, that leads to u immediate discovery of any infraction of the case during transportation. Thus - hopefully - both reducing the number of infractions as well as the time needed to discover any problems with shipments by customers of Juniper Networks.
Diosecure is the next generation in tamper evident security labelling. Both the face and reverse of the label can be printed digitally in colour, with sequential information – even Pictures, Barcodes, QR Codes and serial numbers. When the face is removed, a custom-made imprint is left on the surface to show evidence of tampering or even to offer proof of originality.
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Networks are becoming more relevant in the world we live in today, and at Juniper Networks we believe the network can create a connected planet that unleashes a great wealth of possibility, innovation, and discovery that cannot be measured.
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Cloud computing and the mobile Internet are two macro trends driving an exponential increase in traffic volume, new services, and new subscribers around the world. These trends will define the next decade, with broad implications for the technology industry, and for network innovation in particular. In the face of this increased demand, legacy approaches to networking are proving unsustainable. They are too costly, too complex, and simply cannot scale.
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