Jayshree V. Ullal was born in 27th March, 1961 in London, and raised up in New Delhi, India. He is an American tycoon financial specialist, president and CEO of Arista Networks, a cloud organizing organization liable for the sending of 10/25/40/50/100 Gigabit Ethernet organizing in the server farm.
Jayshree Ullal through her school years. She in the long run went to San Francisco State University. where she graduated with a B.S. in designing (electrical). She went on to Santa Clara University where she got a graduate degree in science the board. She is hitched to Vijay Ullal. They have two little girls and live in Saratoga, California. Vijay Ullal, presently a financial speculator and financial backer, was president and head working official of Fairchild Semiconductor from September 2012, until November 2014. She is likewise the sister of the late Saratoga City Councilwoman Susie Nagpal, who has an enduring child and girl. Forbes gauges that Jayshree claims about 5% of Arista's stock, some of which is reserved for her two kids, niece and nephew.
Ullal started her profession with designing and system positions at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Fairchild Semiconductor. She was overseer of internetworking items at Ungermann-Bass for a very long time prior to joining Crescendo Communications. At Crescendo, Ullal became VP of showcasing, working with 100-Mbit/s over copper, the principal CDDI items and original Ethernet exchanging. In September 1993, Cisco Systems gained Crescendo Communications, denoting Cisco's initial securing and introduction to the exchanging market. Ullal joined Cisco and started work on the Cisco Catalyst exchanging business, which developed from its start, in 1993, to a $5 billion business in 2000. As VP and head supervisor of LAN exchanging in the Enterprise bunch, Ullal was liable for brought together correspondences, IP communication, content systems administration and strategy organizing. She supervised approximately 20 consolidations and acquisitions for Cisco in the venture area. Ullal was in the end named Senior Vice President of Data Center and Switching, detailing straightforwardly to organization CEO John Chambers. Duties incorporated the heading of the particular Nexus and Catalyst Data Center Switching and Application/Virtualization administrations which saw about $15 billion of immediate and circuitous income. Ullal's vocation at Cisco spread over 15 years. In October 2008, fellow benefactors Andy Bechtolsheim and David Cheriton named Ullal CEO and President of Arista Networks, a cloud organizing organization situated in Santa Clara, CA. Ullal was named by Forbes magazine as "one of the best five most compelling individuals in the systems administration industry today" for her work at Arista Networks. In June 2014, Ullal drove Arista Networks to an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange under the image ANET. Jayshree was named one of Barron's "Reality's Best CEOs" in 2018 and one of Fortune's "Best 20 Business people" in 2019.