F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV) today announced that it has been awarded an HP AllianceOne Partner of the Year Award for Cloud Computing. The HP AllianceOne Partner of the Year Award for Cloud Computing honors F5 for its broad suite of intelligent application services that ensure the reliable, secure, and fast delivery of applications in the data center, network, or cloud. “HP has been a valued partner for many years, and joint customers continue to see the benefits of deploying F5 and HP solutions together in all types of IT environments,” said Jim Ritchings, SVP, Worldwide Channels and Alliances Organization, F5. “Our BIG-IP ® solutions work seamlessly with HP’s physical, virtual, and cloud solutions to optimize network and application performance, consolidate services, and intelligently enhance flexible infrastructure models. We look forward to further collaboration to help customers get the most from their investments.” “Congratulations to F5 Networks on their HP AllianceOne Partner of the Year Award in the category of Cloud Computing,” said Doug Oathout, VP, Channel and Alliances, Enterprise Marketing, HP. “F5 Networks has demonstrated outstanding dedication and expertise in addressing the business and technology challenges of their customers, by helping them achieve greater business agility and reduced total cost of ownership.” For additional information about the AllianceOne Partner of the Year awards, visit http://www8.hp.com/us/en/hp-news/press-release.html?id=1422417. Additional Resources
- F5 Networks, Simplifying the Process of Business Optimization – theCUBE, SiliconANGLE TV
- Solutions with HP
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