The introduction of Cisco's 40 GbE switches comes a week after Arista unveiled its hardware. The products differ in merchant silicon, optical connectors and backward
Arista has joined rivals Cisco and Juniper in the 400GbE switching market. The company introduced this week the Arista 400GbE 7060X4 Series for hyperscale data
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The move to 400GbE will not only give customers more bandwidth and better economics but also an easier migration path from 100GbE
Juniper will ship 400GbE in PTX, MX and QFX routers and switches over the next 12 months. Cisco and Arista are expected to follow with their 400GbE products as demand from service providers rises.