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Case Study

F5 Networks Enlists Siemon GPS for Global Network Infrastructure Projects

  • Global leader in Application Delivery Networking
  • Headquartered in Seattle, Washington
  • Founded in 1996 and has almost 2,000 employees
  • 16,000 organizations and service providers worldwide trust F5
  • Successful roll-out of customer infrastructures critical to business

Challenge

F5 Networks is the global leader in Application Delivery Networking. With over 16,000 organizations and service providers worldwide trusting F5 to keep their applications running, they have a great stake in seeing that their customers infrastructures are properly installed.

Solution

To help ensure that this critical need is met, F5 Networks has enlisted Siemon GPS to manage a wide array of global network infrastructure roll-out projects.

On behalf of F5, GPS coordinators select and coordinate highly skilled local installation contractors from Siemon's global network of certified installers as well as leverage global distribution capabilities to ensure product availability and logistics, culminating in a rigorous testing and validation process designed to guarantee customer satisfaction.

Results

These Siemon GPS capabilities allow F5 Networks to focus on its core competencies of application delivery with the assurance that their physical network infrastructures can handle their advanced service offerings.

F5 projects in such far-flung locations as New York, Beijing, Hong Kong, Sydney and Paris have been successfully completed through GPS's single point of contact service.


24/7 Project Tracking
Easy Request For Quote
Global Support Centers
GPS Americas Support Center
101 Siemon Company Drive
Watertown, CT 06795-0400
United States
Tel: 860 945 4200
GPS Europe, Middle East, and Africa Support Center
36-48 Windsor Street
Chertsey, Surrey
KT16 8AX United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 1932 571 771
GPS Asia/Pacific Support Center
Unit 3A, 10 Rodborough Road
Frenchs Forest, NSW 2086
Sydney Australia
Tel: +61 2 8977 7500
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