Arista opens R&D centre in India

By : |December 14, 2010 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: Arista Networks, a US-based company that makes 10 Gigabit Ethernet switches, announced the opening of an engineering centre here.

The Bangalore R&D centre will focus on expanding Arista’s Extensible Operating System (EOS), which is purpose-built for large data centre and cloud scale deployments.

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Arista Networks plans to expand its R&D centre with fifty engineers during the next two years.

The presence in India will allow Arista Networks to expand global software development capabilities across three continents, Asia, Europe (UK) and North America (California).

Jayshree Ullal, president & CEO, Arista Networks, said: “Arista Networks success lies in building innovative, cost effective, cloud networking solutions. This has been possible due to our world-class engineering team of highly experienced veterans from leading networking and server companies. We see tremendous opportunities in India for us and our partners.”

The Arista India R&D centre will be headed by Amod Dani, director of engineering, who will be reporting to Ken Duda, VP, Software Engineering, Arista.

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