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bristlelike process near the tip of the antenna of certain flies

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With their respective offerings, Nuage Networks and Arista Networks have enabled customers to build programmable underlays and highly automated SDN overlay infrastructure using industry standard protocols like VxLAN and OVSDB.
Arista has breached 14 network patents and associated copyrights, claimed the networking giant Cisco in its case filed with the US federal court.
Arista and VMware are continuing to partner in areas that will optimize the software-defined data centre for the hybrid cloud.
Arista and VMware collaborated to enable Arista EOS switches to seamlessly integrate with VMware NSX, the platform for network virtualization, to provide hardware-based gateway services for non-virtualized servers and existing VLANs.
The ExtraHop-Arista Persistent Monitoring Architecture capitalizes on Data ANalyZer (DANZ) capabilities in the Arista Extensible Operating System (EOS), delivering deep integration that enables IT teams to programmatically direct traffic to ExtraHop's Context and Correlation Engine (CCE) for persistent mobile visibility derived from real- time IT operations analytics.
John Benetti, Project Director at Arista Power, said, "We are proud to be part of the solution for increasing energy independence in Madison County.
Glenn Steed, Arista Power's Installation Coordinator, spent 7 days in Lithuania overseeing the installation and training UAB WindTamer personnel to build and install WindTamer turbines.
Arista successfully implemented another software solution, SSP's Insight solution for administration of its business.
Many knew Davis would bounce back after the ouster from Arista, the label he'd founded 25 years earlier and turned into a hit factory with multimillion sales of Whitney Houston, TLC and, most notably, Santana's blockbuster comeback album, ``Supernatural.
Robert and Gopfert used a laser-based motion detector to track minute vibrations in the arista and the two-part oblong base of a Drosophila antenna.
In 1998, I asked him why he wasn't putting out a lot of records, and he said `I don't want to put out people I don't have faith in,'" says Clarence Avant, former chairman of Motown Records, who was responsible for arranging the 50-50 joint venture with LaFace Records and Arista 11 years ago.
The track selection seems to be defined by economics as much as by history: Arista, the label behind the project, owns seven of the 17 selections, and the resulting cuts by Chaka Khan, Dionne Warwick, and Aretha Franklin are hardly quintessential.
as a springboard to further penetrate the consumer electronics accessory business, according to Alan Leifer, president of Arista Enterprises Inc.
Cali Associates has leased approximately 25,000 square feet of office space to Arista Marketing Associates, Inc.
Arista Networks today announced new EOS (Extensible Operating System) capabilities for advanced data analysis for the SDN (Software Defined Networking) market.