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F5 UNITY™ Partners of the Year Recognised at Agility 2014 Conference

F5 Partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa Receive Outstanding Performance Awards

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JUNE 17,F5 Networks (NASDAQ: FFIV) announced today its 2014 Agility Partner Awards for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.  Presented at F5’s Agility customer and partner conference in Copenhagen, the awards recognise F5 partners from across the EMEA region that have excelled in delivering the benefits of F5’s Synthesis architectural framework to customers seeking to redefine application delivery in the face of challenges around mobility, security, cloud and SDN.

Agility Partner Award Winners

  • Orange Business Services (France) — Outstanding performance in several areas, particularly in driving F5 security solutions to customers as well as demonstrating the benefits of the F5 platform integrated alongside key partner vendors such as Microsoft and Cisco
  • Exclusive Networks Middle East — Reinvented their partnership with F5 over the course of the last year, embracing the full product suite and driving joint business to new countries within the region
  • Additional winners — Aditinet, Arrow Electronic, Inc, Belgacom, Computacenter, IBS, SecureData and Westcon Germany also received Agility Partner Awards for standout performance

 

SUPPORTING QUOTES

“F5’s success over the last 12 months has been bolstered by a very strong partner community.  While F5 is constantly striving to satisfy customer needs around application delivery and to simplify and streamline how we interact with our partners, an essential element of success is the work we do in partnership with our incredibly talented and dedicated UNITY partners. We would like to thank and congratulate all of them, especially our Agility Partner Award winners.”

Michael Schoenrock, Director, Channel Sales EMEA, F5

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