Largest ARCA Networking Companies

Market Capitalization
Market CapitalizationEfficiencyMarket RiskExp Return
1AVGO Broadcom
615.91 B
 0.11 
 2.50 
 0.28 
2CSCO Cisco Systems
195.33 B
(0.07)
 1.10 
(0.07)
3PANW Palo Alto Networks
88.86 B
(0.05)
 4.20 
(0.21)
4ANET Arista Networks
82.29 B
 0.03 
 2.62 
 0.07 
5LHX L3Harris Technologies
38.08 B
(0.03)
 0.95 
(0.03)
6JNPR Juniper Networks
11.82 B
(0.07)
 0.40 
(0.03)
7FFIV F5 Networks
10.8 B
 0.03 
 1.16 
 0.03 
8CIEN Ciena Corp
6.51 B
(0.06)
 2.74 
(0.17)
9UI Ubiquiti Networks
6.47 B
(0.08)
 2.95 
(0.22)
10VSAT ViaSat Inc
1.97 B
(0.14)
 4.38 
(0.60)
11VIAV Viavi Solutions
1.85 B
(0.08)
 3.17 
(0.26)
12EXTR Extreme Networks
1.43 B
(0.19)
 2.99 
(0.57)
13INFN Infinera
1.05 B
(0.01)
 4.58 
(0.06)
14NTGR NETGEAR
416.74 M
 0.02 
 2.56 
 0.04 
15COMM CommScope Holding Co
213.41 M
(0.16)
 6.85 
(1.11)
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