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The Easiest Way to go Faster is to go Faster

Why 400G Ethernet? In one sentence, because the easiest way to go faster is to go faster.
Over time, Ethernet speed transitions have been the primary driver for improving both the throughput and price-performance of datacenter networks. 400G Ethernet is the next major transition on this journey. While 100G Ethernet is still ramping up rapidly this year and next, it is projected that by the end of 2021 400G Ethernet will represent the majority of Ethernet bandwidth shipped.

Andreas Bechtolsheim
By Andreas Bechtolsheim
on Oct 23, 2018 3:59:25 AM
   
The Easiest Way to go Faster is to go Faster

Why 400G Ethernet? In one sentence, because the easiest way to go faster is to go faster. Over time, Ethernet speed...

Andreas Bechtolsheim
By Andreas Bechtolsheim
on Oct 23, 2018 3:59:25 AM
Arista’s Cloud Network Solutions Validated by Market Share Gains

We are very pleased to report a major milestone for Arista Networks. According to the just released Q4’2014 Crehan Data...

Andreas Bechtolsheim
By Andreas Bechtolsheim
on Mar 3, 2015 6:38:08 AM
The Next Generation in Cloud-Scale Networking: The Arista 7500E

Today we are announcing our new 7500E modular switch, the fastest and densest modular switching platform in the industry,...

Andreas Bechtolsheim
By Andreas Bechtolsheim
on Apr 30, 2013 8:55:09 PM
The March to Merchant Silicon in 10Gbe Cloud Networking

The inevitable march towards merchant silicon for Ethernet switching is continuing with the announcement from Intel today...

Andreas Bechtolsheim
By Andreas Bechtolsheim
on Jul 19, 2011 2:32:08 PM
Arista 7500: the Fastest and Greenest 10 Gigabit Ethernet Switch

We are witnessing a major shift from traditional enterprise data centers to much larger warehouse-scale cloud data centers....

Andreas Bechtolsheim
By Andreas Bechtolsheim
on Apr 19, 2010 1:02:29 AM
The Silicon Choice for Cloud Networking

These days there is much discussion whether switches or routers should be built with proprietary custom ASICs or standard...

Andreas Bechtolsheim
By Andreas Bechtolsheim
on Mar 27, 2009 12:30:18 AM

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