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February 19, 2021
Arista Networks announced successful interoperability testing between multiple 400G ZR suppliers over Microsoft’s 120km open line system testbed. This multi-vendor testing sets the foundation for a healthy, interoperable, coherent optics ecosystem, providing customers with a multitude of options for building high-speed Data Center Interconnect (DCI) networks.
February 17, 2021
Prozeta, a Czech technology company working with the Motol University Hospital, has developed software using 3D virtual reality for healing and diagnostic purposes. This innovative software helps identify the optimal rehabilitation protocol before and after the surgery for the cerebellopontine angle tumors, significantly increasing effective medical rehabilitation options for tumors of the vestibular apparatus of the brain.
February 9, 2021
Arista Networks announced a new zero trust security framework for today’s digital enterprise. Arista Multi-Domain Macro-Segmentation Service is a suite of capabilities for integrating security policy with the network through an open and consistent network segmentation approach across network domains.
December 22, 2020
Arista Networks announced an Attack Surface Assessment, an advanced security service delivered through the recent acquisition of Awake Security. This new offering identifies cyber security risks from devices, users or third-party systems, especially those that go unmonitored today since they are beyond the visibility of the security team. Designed and delivered by experts who have responded to some of the world’s most consequential breaches, this assessment focuses on detecting and evicting the attacker rapidly.
December 9, 2020
Arista Networks announced a network observability software, DANZ Monitoring Fabric (DMF), on Arista switching platforms for enterprise-wide traffic visibility and contextual insights. Network observability is the next-generation, analytics-driven approach delivering network visibility across data center, campus and edge use cases. This new offering enables mission-critical monitoring for enterprise-wide traffic while improving efficiencies and reduced opex through the adoption of modern cloud networking principles.
August 21, 2020
Arista Networks announced a new enterprise-grade Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering for the flagship CloudVision® platform. Arista’s new CloudVision as-a-Service product is now available as a fully managed software service that automates multi-domain networks spanning across the client to cloud to help customers achieve faster time-to-value, elastic scaling, and continuous network assurance.
August 6, 2020
Forescout Technologies, the world leader in device visibility and control, announced a strategic partnership with Arista Networks, an industry leader in software-driven cloud networking solutions for large datacenter and campus environments, to reduce cybersecurity risks brought on by explosive growth of IoT devices, increased network complexity and propagation of malware. The partnership includes the development of a unique open ecosystem that embeds security within the network fabric and delivers full visibility and enforcement of critical enterprise assets.
July 30, 2020
Arista Networks announced yesterday several additions to its multi-cloud and cloud-native software product family with CloudEOS Edge: designed to integrate with native cloud networking services like Amazon Web Services Transit Gateway, enabling cost-effective and high-scale multi-cloud routing services for enterprise IT organizations and production services.
This innovative system is designed to integrate seamlessly into the cloud infrastructure ecosystem with native interoperability using provisioning tools like Hashicorp Terraform and Red Hat’s Ansible.
April 27, 2020
Supports video conferencing applications – Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams and Zoom
Arista Networks announced a new release of its Cognitive WiFi software that seamlessly delivers intelligent application identification, performance optimization, automated troubleshooting and location services. This provides customers with an enhanced WiFi experience for critical video collaboration applications and the power of cloud-based AI for rapid problem resolution.
April 15, 2020
Pluggable form factor simplifies DWDM network deployment
Arista Networks announced an optical line system in an OSFP (Octal Small Form-factor Pluggable) module form factor. The Arista OSFP-LS addresses the needs of Tier2 Cloud and Internet Service Providers for high bandwidth links that are easy to deploy and operate.
October 3, 2019
Prozeta has developed software using 3D virtual reality, working in close cooperation with the Motol University Hospital. This innovative software helps to identify the optimal rehabilitation protocol before and after the surgery for the cerebellopontine angle tumors, significantly increasing success rates and shortening postoperative recovery time.
The use of virtual reality for these patients is a new and highly promising method with great potential to extend the therapeutic and rehabilitation options for patients suffering from postoperative dizziness.
Theis software development project was undertaken by Prozeta’s youngest development team. Like The Future of IoT Hackathon last autumn, the initiative was intended to give an opportunity to work on extraordinary projects to exceptional young talent in SW and HW development.
September 3, 2019
Some time ago we have helped to set up an interview with Arista’s Technical Director John Peach for Czech IT magazine IT Systems. We believe it’d be a shame not to publish also the full English version of it. So here you go.
Openness, simplification, automation, and visibility are the key factors for efficient and flexible network operation… says John Peach, Technical Director for Arista Networks.
John Peach is the Technical Director for Arista Networks in EMEA. Since joining the company in 2010, John has established a technical team across the region, focusing on cloud and web-scale platforms, HPC, data centre and campus environments. In his current role, he works closely with customers and technology partners, engaging with R&D teams to define innovative products that address customer needs and develop new markets. John brings more than 15 years’ experience to Arista Networks, having previously worked for networking industry innovators.
June 25, 2019
Prozeta has just attended its first exhibition in the United States, at Cisco Live in San Diego, which was its first live demonstration in the U.S. The company came to sunny California with nothing less than its entire portfolio of products, including IoT solution XensorHub, its software-defined storage solution BlackStor, and its software-defined datacenter Tier5 Cloud.
Visitors could experience Prozeta’s XensorHub first hand while enjoying a cold cup of beer. XensorHub is Prozeta’s newest IoT product. Using smart sensors, it can monitor a variety of tap equipment metrics, such as functionality, service, and beverage properties. These can be displayed and managed on a dashboard integrated with Cisco Kinetic in mobile or web applications, or used to predict equipment failures.
Prozeta, Cisco’s IoT authorization partner, previously showcased XensorHub at Cisco Live in Barcelona in January and at the Smart IoT Conference in London in March. Bringing the demo over the Atlantic was the next step in Prozeta’s global expansion plan for its fastest growing division, which focuses on the IoT.
June 3, 2019
Prozeta, in cooperation with Arista Networks, organized the three-day Arista for Service Providers Training Roadshow for internet providers, data centres and other service providers.
The training took place in three cities – Prague, Olomouc and Bratislava – between 28th and 30th May 2019.
The trainers were Jaroslaw Grabowski, System Engineer at Arista Networks, and David Cermak, CTO at Prozeta.
May 24, 2019
On 21st May 2019, Prozeta organised an event called “Technology Meets Art”, which combined technological seminars and demos with an art exhibition of well-known Czech artists Jan Dostal, Jiri David and Michal Gabriel.
Technology Meets Art took place on the boat, the Grand Bohemia, on the Vltava river in the city of Prague. Partners for the event were Cisco Systems, Nadacni fond D.A.D.A. and Prague Boats.
About 200 attendees heard the keynote speech from David O’Hara, Lead Business Development Manager, Partners and Alliances, Cisco IoT EMEAR, Cisco Systems, and David Cermak, Technical Director, Prozeta, on the topic of “Joint search for IoT boundaries”.