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Arista’s Got its Eye on the Router Market With Its EOS 4.20 December 8, 2017

Traditionally, Arista Networks has focused on data center switching, leveraging merchant silicon and its Extensible Operating System (EOS) software. But the company is taking methodical steps to gain market share in routing.

Arista brings the benefits of leaf-spine to routing December 7, 2017

Leaf-spine disrupted the data center network, and now it's disrupting routing. About a decade ago almost all data centers were built on a traditional three- (or sometimes more) tier architectures that used the spanning tree protocol (STP). That prevented routing loops but also deactivated all the backup links, which accounted for almost half the ports in large environments. This caused organizations to significantly overspend on their networks.

The Fortune Future 50 2017 List October 19, 2017

Welcome to the inaugural Fortune Future 50, our new ranking of companies best positioned for breakout growth. Produced in partnership with BCG, the Future 50 is divided into two lists: the 25 Leaders and the 25 Challengers.

The 10 Hottest Networking And VoIP Products Hitting The Market This Fall October 13, 2017

The networking industry is moving at a ferocious pace in 2017 with the rollout of new software and hardware products. CRN takes a look at some of the most innovative products in the networking and VoIP industry from heavyweights including Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Arista Networks, as well as from fast-growing startups like Apstra and Zoom. Some of these new products are leveraging forward-thinking technology such as artificial intelligence or offering a pay-as-you-grow sales model.

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Arista Networks Cloud-Grade Routing

Massive scale and growth of services is effectively driving a re-architecture of the Internet to support bandwidth-hungry consumers. The traditional Internet, based on rigid, fixed-purpose routers, disparate LAN-WAN interfaces, protocols and inconsistent operational models are cumbersome and costly. Arista’s cloud networking principles from the datacenter are extending into these routing applications. The ubiquity of IP + Ethernet networking, combined with programmable software control, delive