F5 and Telstra strengthen their security services and solutions

F5 and Telstra strengthen their security services and solutions

US technology company F5 and Telstra have partnered to strengthen their services and solutions.

F5society with Telstra spans 20 years. The ongoing partnership sees F5 provide application delivery and security services to Telstra’s network infrastructure solutions to enhance reliability and security, and help customers realize these benefits.

The partnership creates expanded opportunities to offer more solutions aimed at simplifying operations and digitizing organizations.

Combining F5’s vision for adaptive applications with Telstra’s vision for an adaptive network will pave the way for additional market opportunities, says F5.

F5 has provided customers and partners with additional software and platform-based solutions focused on API security, bot protection, online identity, and edge computing.

Strengthened by this partnership, F5 now operates secure Points of Presence (PoPs) in strategic locations. More PoPs in more locations help customers implement leading application security, DDoS capabilities, and additional services for end users and customers.

“This partnership demonstrates our continued investment in the Asia Pacific region as we continue to provide high-value services and solutions to our partners and customers,” says Adam Judd, senior vice president of F5 for APCJ.

“The Asia Pacific region can present a unique set of challenges, and F5’s deep experience and industry-leading platform agnostic integration capabilities combined with Telstra’s consultative approach, in-depth market analysis and data Expansions have allowed us to establish a highly resilient infrastructure that supports F5. Distributed Cloud Services.”

This first appeared in the CommsWire subscription newsletter on June 24, 2022.


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