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F5 to Present at Deutsche Bank 2010 Small and Mid Cap Conference, and Thomas Weisel Partners 2010 Technology and Telecom Conference

F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV), the global leader in Application Delivery Networking, today announced that company management will participate in the Deutsche Bank 2010 Small and Mid Cap Conference at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, 280 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Naples, Fla., and the Thomas Weisel Partners 2010 Technology and Telecom Conference in San Francisco at The Fairmont Hotel, 950 Mason Street.

F5’s presentation at the Deutsche Bank conference will begin at 11:20 a.m. ET on Monday, February 8, 2010. F5’s presentation at the Thomas Weisel conference will begin at 2:40 p.m. PT on Wednesday, February 10, 2010. F5 representatives for both conferences will include John McAdam, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Andy Reinland, SVP and Chief Finance Officer.

Direct links to live webcasts will be available at and archived copies will be accessible through March 10, 2010.

About F5 Networks

F5 Networks is a global leader in Application Delivery Networking (ADN), focused on ensuring the secure, reliable, and fast delivery of applications. F5’s flexible architectural framework enables community-driven innovation that helps organizations enhance IT agility and dynamically deliver services that generate true business value. F5’s vision of unified application and data delivery offers customers an unprecedented level of choice in how they deploy ADN solutions. It redefines the management of application, server, storage, and network resources, streamlining application delivery and reducing costs. Global enterprise organizations, service and cloud providers, and Web 2.0 content providers worldwide trust F5 to keep their business moving forward. For more information, go to

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