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Crescendo Networks
(Telecommunications)
Redis Labs
(Software)
Dollar Tree
(Business)
NASDAQ-100
(Stock Markets)
Dell
(Tech)
Whole Foods Market
(Retail and On-line shopping)
Gartner
(Business)
 

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F5 Networks

Knowledge Identifier: &F5_Networks

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F5 Networks

Networking appliances company add

Category: Business

Founded in 1996.

Countries: United States (52%), (38%), Israel (5%)

Main connections: Crescendo Networks, Redis Labs, Dollar Tree

Linked to: Public company, Array Networks, Barracuda Networks, Brocade Communications Systems

 

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1996

F5 Networks, originally named F5 Labs, was founded in 1996 add something


2004

On September 7, 2004 F5 Networks released version 9,0 of the BIG-IP software in addition to a new collection of BIG-IP appliances on which customers could run said software add something


2008

The current line of BIG-IP appliance was released between 2008 and 2010, and the hardware models internally use a single custom-fabricated system board add something


2009

On April 3, 2009, F5 Networks released version 10,0 of the BIG-IP software add something


2010

In 2010, F5 Networks was featured in Fortune's 100 Fastest-Growing Companies list add something

 

In early 2010 F5 released a BIG-IP LTM virtual appliance for VMware add something

 

NASDAQ-100 - On December 20, 2010, seven companies were added to the NASDAQ-100 index prior to the market open: F5 Networks, &Akamai_Technologies, Netflix, Micron Technology, Whole Foods Market, Ctrip.com International and Dollar Tree


2011

SiriusDecisions Summit - Previous winners include F5 Networks, Iron Mountain and Kronos Incorporated in 2011; Adobe Systems, Citrix, Concur, &SAP (SAP_AG) and Symantec in 2012; and CDW, Dell, LinkedIn, Pegasystems and Siemens PLM Software in 2013

 

Redis Labs - Redis Labs was founded in 2011 by Ofer Bengal, previously the founder and CEO of RiT Technologies, and Yiftach Shoolman, previously the founder and president of Crescendo Networks, acquired by F5 Networks

 

Redis Labs - Redis Labs was founded in 2011 by Ofer Bengal, previously the founder and CEO of RiT Technologies, and Yiftach Shoolman, previously the founder and president of Crescendo Networks, acquired by F5 Networks

 

As of June 2011, Gartner cites the most significant competitors as Cisco Systems, Citrix Systems, and Radware add something

 

Crescendo Networks - On August 2011, company assets have been acquired by F5 Networks through liquidation proceedings in Israel


2015

F5 was named a Best Place to Work by online jobs and recruiting site Glassdoor in 2015 and 2016 add something


2017

DDoS Hybrid Defender and SSL Orchestrator, were introduced in January 2017 add something

 

DevOps - However, a study released in January 2017 by &F5 (F5_Networks) of almost 2,200 IT executives and industry professionals found that only one in five surveyed think DevOps had a strategic impact on their organization despite rise in usage

 

Fran├žois Locoh-Donou will take over as president and CEO on April 3, 2017 add something

 

On May 3, 2017, F5 announced that it would move from its longtime headquarters on the waterfront near Seattle Center to a new downtown Seattle skyscraper that will be called F5 Tower add something