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This statistic highlights Arista Networks’ Revenue by Segment from Q1 2016 onwards, split between Product and Service on a quarterly basis.
The following table highlights Arista Networks’ Revenue by Segment for Q3 2020, Q2 2021 & Q3 2021:
|Segment||Q3 2020||Q2 2021||Q3 2021||Contribution in Q3 2021|
(All figures are in millions, except percentages)
On a QoQ basis, the total revenue generated, increased by 5.8%. Even on a YoY basis, there was an increase of 23.7% in the total revenue. The total revenue varies from period to period based on many factors such as the timing, size, and complexity of orders, especially for their large end customers. On an overall level, the revenue has increased thrice as compared to Q1 2016. However, it was affected by the pandemic and there was a shortfall.
A majority of Arista’s total revenue, about 80%, comes from this vertical. Product revenue primarily consists of sales of the company’s switching and routing products and software licenses. They offer products such as Core Datacenter/Cloud Switching Products, Adjacent Campus and Routing Products, and Network Software and Services.
Product revenue increased by 6.6% on a QoQ basis. Even on a YoY basis, there was an increase of 25.8% in the revenue generated. This reflects stronger demand for Arista’s products from new and existing customers, as well as improved market acceptance of their enterprise and campus products. Overall, there is an increasing trend in the revenue from product vertical, and in all the quarters, there was an increase in the revenue. However, during the first half of 2020, there was a shortfall in the revenue generated due to the pandemic. This was recovered later, in the forthcoming quarters.
Service revenue is primarily derived from sales of Post-Contract Support (PCS) contracts. These are typically purchased in conjunction with Arista’s products, and subsequent renewals of those contracts. PCS includes services such as technical support, hardware repair and replacement parts beyond standard warranty, bug fixes, patches, and unspecified upgrades. This revenue is deferred and recognized ratably over the life of the PCS contract. Revenue is deferred as there is no discernible pattern of delivery related to these promises. Arista addresses customer requests for technical support as and when they arise, with the related expenses recognized as incurred. These contracts generally have a term of one to three years.
Service revenue increased by 2.6% on a QoQ basis. Even on a YoY basis, there was an increase of 15.4%. This was due to an extended growth in initial and renewal PCS contracts as the customer base of Arista’s continued to expand. Overall, even this category had an increasing trend in revenue, however, there was no shortfall in the revenue generated due to the pandemic, and remained largely unaffected.
About the Company
Arista Networks, an American computer networking company, provides data-driven, cognitive cloud networking for large-scale datacenter and campus workspace environments. They are a leading cloud networking solutions provider, listed on the NYSE with the stock ticker ANET, delivering high performance, scalability, availability, programmability, workload orchestration, automation, and visibility.
In recent years, Arista has sought to bring the operational consistency and principles of cloud networking to the broader enterprise and campus markets with their Cognitive Cloud Networking, extending EOS. Their cloud networking solutions consist of Extensible Operating System (EOS), a set of network applications, and Ethernet switching and routing platforms.
Some of Arista’s end customers include Microsoft and Meta, from whom the company has generated 40% of its total revenue in 2019. Historically, large purchases were made primarily by a relatively limited number of end customers. However, these have accounted for a significant portion of Arista’s revenue.
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