Andy Bechtolsheim to Keynote HPC Linux for Wall St.

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Arista Networks Founder and Chairman Andy Bechtolsheim will keynote the High Performance Computing for Wall Street conference on Monday, April 2. His company recently announced the Arista Application Switch, the first in a new category of switches, enabling customers to run their own applications directly inside the network.

An order of magnitude improvement in latency is a game changer for our financial customers and is the result of allowing transparent insertion of custom applications into the data stream,” said Andreas Bechtolsheim, Arista’s Chairman and Chief Development Officer. “We achieved this amazing acceleration by combining our award-winning ultra-low latency switching technology with a fully user programmable data and control plane based on the latest FPGA technology, resulting in sub-microsecond latency application processing at a speed of up to 240 million packets per second.”


Show management is offering a free eTicket to the exhibits at the conference, which takes place at the Roosevelt hotel near Grand Central Station starting at 8:00am on April 2.