Telstra and F5 join forces to strengthen comprehensive services and solutions

Telstra and F5 join forces to strengthen comprehensive services and solutions

Telstra provides a global network infrastructure to further enable F5’s growing suite of distributed cloud services, enabling customers and partners to deliver leading digital experiences.

The association of F5 with Telstra spans 20 years as F5 provides critical application security across the company’s IT and telecommunications operations and for its customers and partners. Telstra it is Australia A leading telecommunications company that supports a diverse range of high-traffic customers including consumers, large and small businesses, and government organizations.

association with Telstra You’ve also seen F5’s application delivery and security services provide key components of a telco’s network infrastructure solutions to increase resiliency, speed, reliability, and security, and help its customers gain these benefits. In addition, the partnership helps create greater opportunities to offer more comprehensive solutions aimed at simplifying operations and digitizing organizations.

Combining F5’s vision for adaptable applications with by Telstra vision of an adaptive network will pave the way for additional market opportunities through Asia Pacific, US, Australia and New Zealand.

The digital transformations of organizations, along with the adoption of hybrid and multi-cloud technologies, have accelerated in recent years. F5 has embarked on transformational efforts, bolstered by strategic acquisitions, to provide 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, high-volume Points of Presence (PoPs) in strategic locations globally. More PoPs in more locations help customers rapidly deploy leading application security, DDoS capabilities, and additional services for end users and customers, also driving incremental revenue opportunities. by Telstra best-in-class international network, along with its infrastructure throughout Pacific Asiatechnical expertise, agility, and detailed regional knowledge have been instrumental in helping F5 overcome the region’s challenges in building a network with low latency, high availability, and physical route diversity.

‘This partnership demonstrates our continued investment in the Pacific Asia region as we continue to provide high-value services and solutions to our partners and customers, said Adam Judd, APCJ Senior Vice President, F5. “The Asia Pacific region can present a unique set of challenges, and F5’s deep experience and industry-leading platform-independent integration capabilities combined with by Telstra The consultative approach, in-depth market analysis, and expansive data have enabled us to establish a highly resilient infrastructure that supports F5’s distributed cloud services.”

In alliance with TelstraF5 will continue to empower customers-Pacific Asia the largest enterprises, service providers, financial and educational institutions, government entities and consumer brands, through innovative digital experiences by creating, protecting and optimizing applications at the core of the 4G/5G network, data center, cloud, and edge environments.

About F5

F5 (NASDAQ: FFIV) is a multi-cloud application security and delivery company that enables our customers, including the world’s largest enterprises, financial institutions, service providers and governments, to bring digital experiences to life. extraordinary. For more information, visit You can also follow @F5 on Twitter or visit us on LinkedIn and Facebook to learn more about F5, its partners and technologies.

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