SEATTLE, May 07, 2012
F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV)the global leader in Application Delivery Networking, today announced that company management will participate in the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2012 Technology Conference.
The conference will be held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, 600 Stockton Street, San Francisco, Calif. F5’s presentation will begin at 12:30 p.m. PT on Wednesday, May 9. F5 representatives for the conference will include John McAdam, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Andy Reinland, EVP and Chief Finance Officer.
A direct link to live webcast will be available at www.f5.com/about/investor-relations/events-calendar.html and an archived copy will be accessible through June 10, 2012.
F5 Networks, Inc., the global leader in Application Delivery Networking (ADN), helps the world’s largest enterprises and service providers realize the full value of virtualization, cloud computing, and on-demand IT. F5® solutions help integrate disparate technologies to provide greater control of the infrastructure, improve application delivery and data management, and give users seamless, secure, and accelerated access to applications from their corporate desktops and smart devices. An open architectural framework enables F5 customers to apply business policies at “strategic points of control” across the IT infrastructure and into the public cloud. F5 products give customers the agility they need to align IT with changing business conditions, deploy scalable solutions on demand, and manage mobile access to data and services. Enterprises, service and cloud providers, and leading online companies worldwide rely on F5 to optimize their IT investments and drive business forward. For more information, go to www.f5.com.
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