back to article Arista touts next-gen switch as malleable as a T-1000 Terminator

Nobody has had his fingers in so much of the data centre pie as Andy Bechtolsheim, founder of Sun Microsystems, Granite Systems, Kealia, and Arista Networks. When Bechtolsheim and his team of techies at Arista say they have come up with their own way of doing software-defined networks (SDN) with their switches, people will stop …

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  1. postit
    Pirate

    Ahoy There

    Is it pirate day at El Reg today - there are a lot of salty sea dogs sub headings on the high seas today...

  2. FartingHippo
    Boffin

    Re: Ahoy There

    www.talklikeapirate.com - all will become clear.

    Yarrr.

  3. Destroy All Monsters Silver badge

    Re: Ahoy There

    I see.

    This all makes me think of the Gordon Freeman Pirate Impersonation.

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    se-pirate control plane and data plane?

    Isn't this what the high-end Juniper devices already do with FPGAs and their own ASICS?

    Posting anonymously on talk-like-a-pirate day goes against my preconceived notion of all things piratey but I feel I have to on this one

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