Arista Networks, which is a global leader in providing software-driven cloud networking solutions for both-large data center and computing networks, has recently announced that it will soon acquire Mojo Networks, which is the innovator of Cognitive WiFi and is also given huge recognition for its cloud managed wireless networking. It is expected that Arista will complete its first acquisition by its third quarter, keeping satisfaction of customary closing conditions as a priority.
Earlier this year, Arista announced cognitive cloud networking, designed to address transitional changes as enterprises move to IoT (Internet of things) ready campuses. Designed to bring operational consistency and modern cloud principles to the enterprise campus, Arista extends this architecture with the addition of Mojo Networks by providing secure, high performance cognitive WiFi at cloud scale.
“Mojo’s WiFi is disrupting the traditional closed wireless controller model, to bring radical improvements in scale and economics,” said John McCool, Chief Platform Officer and Senior Vice President of Engineering and Operations for Arista Networks. “The synergy between our two companies is a compelling combination for enterprise and campus customers.”
“We look forward to working with the Arista team to deliver secure, scalable modern WiFi for next generation campus networking,” said Rick Wilmer, CEO of Mojo Networks. “Our recent positioning as a Visionary in the Gartner 2018 Magic Quadrant for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access validates the remarkable technology we’ve developed.”