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F5 Provides Essential Capabilities for Federal Government Agencies to Improve Security and Efficiency while Driving Costs Down

F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV), the global leader in Application Delivery Networking, today announced that its BIG-IP® version 11 software delivers end-to-end application access control to help federal government organizations improve their security posture and minimize the risk of network- and application-based attacks. Enhancements in BIG-IP v11 are especially applicable to federal government agencies and contractors, as well as any public sector organization working to secure its environment against cyber threats while keeping service levels high and costs low.

About F5

F5 (NASDAQ: FFIV) provides solutions for an application world. F5 helps organizations seamlessly scale cloud, data center, and software defined networking (SDN) deployments to successfully deliver applications to anyone, anywhere, at any time. F5 solutions broaden the reach of IT through an open, extensible framework and a rich partner ecosystem of leading technology and data center orchestration vendors. This approach lets customers pursue the infrastructure model that best fits their needs over time. The world’s largest businesses, service providers, government entities, and consumer brands rely on F5 to stay ahead of cloud, security, and mobility trends. For more information, go to .

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