F5 Networks, Inc. announced the opening of its new Bellevue, Wash., location with positions available immediately for up to 50 software engineers. Employees at the new office will support the company’s growing slate of cloud, virtualization, and web services technologies.
“F5 is joining a thriving group of technology powerhouses in the region’s Eastside corridor,” said Karl Triebes, EVP of Product Development and CTO at F5. “This location will grow our ranks of talented engineers and further strengthen F5’s position in Washington’s competitive talent market.”
• Since the beginning of 2012, F5 has added over 600 employees, representing more than a 23 percent increase to its global employee base.
• F5 has been ranked the #1 place to work in KING-TV/Evening Magazine’s Best of Western Washington Awards for 2010, 2011, and 2012, and has been recognized repeatedly by the Puget Sound Business Journal as one of Washington’s Best Workplaces.
• The company has over 3,100 employees in more than 35 countries worldwide. Headquartered in Seattle, F5 also has primary hubs in Spokane, Wash.; San Jose, Calif.; Lowell, Mass.; Chertsey, U.K.; Singapore; Tokyo; and Tel Aviv, Israel.
About F5 Networks
F5 Networks (NASDAQ: FFIV) makes the connected world run better. F5 helps organizations meet the demands and embrace the opportunities that come with the relentless growth of voice, data, and video traffic, mobile workers, and applications in the data center, the network, and the cloud. The world’s largest businesses, service providers, government entities, and consumer brands rely on F5’s intelligent services framework to deliver and protect their applications and services while ensuring people stay connected. Learn more at f5.com.
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