Red River Recognized as America’s Rising Star Partner by Juniper Networks

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Juniper recognizes Red River as a top partner out of more than 100 candidates

CLAREMONT, N.H. and RESTON, Va. — April 14, 2020 — Red River, a technology transformation company, announced today that it was recognized as a Partner of the Year by Juniper Networks, a leader in secure, AI-driven networks.

“Our partnership with Juniper Networks enables Red River to deliver cutting-edge technology to our customers and support the modernization of their IT,” said Red River senior vice president of sales, Kush Kumar. “We are proud to be recognized by Juniper for our expertise and commitment, and we look forward to our continued success.”

Red River serves its customers across the full spectrum of technology – from selling and integrating technology infrastructure to developing software and custom applications to lifecycle services and support. Red River has strong relationships with a long list of elite partners, ranging from hardware to services to software. Its ecosystem of more than 150 partners includes global leaders that enable Red River to create unique solutions to modernize technology infrastructure, improve business outcomes and meet the mission objectives of its customers.

The Juniper Partner Advantage (JPA) program is built on the pillars of partner profitability, innovation, and expanded opportunities. It is dedicated to supporting partners with enablement, training, services offerings, and incentive programs to accelerate growth. The JPA program consists of three distinct partner levels – Elite, Select and Reseller. For more information on the JPA program, please visit

“Juniper is pleased to honor the partners who use their ingenuity and business acumen to solve customers’ biggest challenges in building next-generation cloud environments,” said Rami Rahim, CEO of Juniper Networks. “Red River is among the best of the best of our global partners and we look forward to continuing to strengthen our relationship with them.”


Melinda Walker
Red River