Arista Acquires Metamako
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 13, 2018 -- Arista Networks (NYSE:ANET), an industry leader in software driven cloud networking solutions for large datacenter and campus environments, has announced that it has acquired Metamako, a leader in low-latency, FPGA-enabled network solutions.
Arista achieved early success in the financial services market with low-latency cloud networking. Arista’s ultra-low latency switching platforms combined with EOS (Extensible Operating System) enables resilient cloud networks for transporting data, multi-media, storage and compute traffic. The acquisition of Metamako will play a key role in the delivery of next generation platforms for low-latency applications.
“It’s with great pleasure that we bring Metamako’s award-winning, ultra-low latency technology to the Arista family of platforms,” said Anshul Sadana, Chief Customer Officer for Arista Networks. “The shared philosophy and focus between our two companies will be instrumental in delivering the world’s fastest solutions to our customers in financial services and stock exchanges.”
Metamako is a technology company that specialises in solutions for latency sensitive businesses with founders who have a background in ultra-low latency hardware, software and algorithmic trading. Metamako is headquartered in the harbour city of Sydney, Australia. Our location gives us a global perspective across Europe, America and Asia, and the sunny location rubs off on the attitude of our people.
About Arista Networks
Arista Networks pioneered software-driven, cognitive cloud networking for large-scale datacenter and campus environments. Arista's award-winning platforms redefine and deliver availability, agility, automation, analytics and security. Arista has shipped more than fifteen million cloud networking ports worldwide with CloudVision and EOS, an advanced network operating system. Committed to open standards across private, public and hybrid cloud solutions, Arista products are supported worldwide directly and through partners.
Source: Arista Networks