Key to the growth of Arista Networks, a Silicon Valley computer networking company, is its partnerships with major corporations, including Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and Intel. The 10-year-old company has shipped more than 15 million cloud networking ports worldwide.
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Arista is taking a big step in its march to becoming a full-service networking vendor, adding security to its portfolio. More precisely: Arista has always provided security in its products, but now the company is expanding its offerings to the campus and cloud, and making more of a point of talking about its security vision, the company announced Tuesday.
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