Dallas, Texas 07/12/2013 (Financialstrend) – FFIV is the global leader in application delivery networking. The University of Phoenix recently offered five new courses which give knowledge that serves as the foundation to obtain F5 certifications. This course provides hardware and software–agnostic services that enable students to develop transferrable skills in ADN. This approach incorporates various technologies, such as network availability, application acceleration and application study. ADN provides various applications with speed, safety and availability across networks. The layer 4-7 requires the foundational knowledge to deploy, manage solutions and undertake design works in complex ADN environments. This ensures that individuals effectively maintain the network solutions. The various programs in those courses offered by the University of Phoenix include: ADNCE/2010 “Introduction to AND”, ADNCE/2020 “the Role of Networking in ADN Solutions”, ADNCE/2030 “the Role of Applications in ADN Solutions”, ADNCE/2040 “the Role of Security in ADN Solutions”, ADNCE/2050 “ADN Capstone”. The company also helps various organizations to effectively manage the increased growth of data, video traffic, mobile workers, and various applications in data centers and networks, delivering various applications the number of people who intend to stay connected.
F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:FFIV) closed at $76.09 on Thursday, posting an increase of 5.75% in the share price for the day. The stock price fluctuated from a low value of $74.49 to a high one of $76.18 per share. The company currently has a 52-week low of $67.53 and a 52-week high of $111.58 per share. FFIV currently has 78.38 million outstanding shares in the market with institutional ownership of 98% of its total equity capital. Trading volume stood at 3.20 million shares on Thursday; while on average, 1.75 million shares are traded per day.