Arista and Hula Expand Partnership

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Hula Networks and Arista Networks have been working hard and are committed to making 2016 the best year of our partnership by teaming up to introduce Arista’s switching technology to Hula’s customer base and strategically targeting enterprises that will benefit from Arista’s unique advantages in the market. Arista was founded to pioneer and deliver software-driven cloud networking solutions for large data center storage and computing environments. Arista’s award-winning platforms, ranging in Ethernet speeds from 10 to 100 gigabits per second, redefine scalability, agility and resilience. Arista has shipped more than five million cloud networking ports worldwide with CloudVision and EOS, an advanced network operating system. Committed to open standards, Arista is a founding member of the 25/50GbE consortium. Arista Networks products are available worldwide directly and through partners.

At the core of Arista’s platform is the Extensible Operating System (EOS™), a ground-breaking network operating system with single-image consistency across hardware platforms, and modern core architecture enabling in-service upgrades and application extensibility.

Arista was recognized by Gartner as a “leader” in its “2015 Magic Quadrant for Data Center Networking” based on a number of factors, including high growth, technology solutions and flexible software. The Arista team is comprised of experienced management and engineering talent from leading networking companies. Arista designs revolutionary products in California and is less than 3 Miles from Hula Networks’ headquarters in Sunnyvale California.

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