Arista, Blade Win Top Spot in Data Center Switch Test

January 19, 2010

Network World's David Newman takes a look at the latest 10 GigE switches. Read more…

Bringing Home the Gold with an Ultra Low Latency Hardware Data Path

February 24, 2009

After a couple years spent losing latency battles to Infiniband, Ethernet is poised to win the war. Read more…

Arastra Starts with a Name Changer, Aims for a Game Changer

October 23, 2008

Arastra, a startup that introduced its high-performance 10 Gigabit Ethernet switches in 2007, has changed its name to Arista Networks, and with it, a new focus on the emerging cloud computing market. The company has tapped former Cisco VP Jayshree Ullal as the president and CEO, and Arista co-founder Andreas (Andy) Bechtolsheim as the chief development officer and chairman. Read more…

Sun Loses Co-Founder to Start-Up

October 22, 2008

Sun Microsystems co-founder and chief architect Andy Bechtolsheim has joined Arista Networks, a startup that offers high performance 10 Gigabit Ethernet switches. Read more…

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