Carahsoft Picks Up F5’s ‘Federal Partner of the Year’ Award; Craig Abod Comments

F5 Networks, a virtualization and cloud computing service provider, has named Carahsoft Technology Corp. its federal partner of the year.

Carahsoft said in a Tuesday release it would receive F5’s Federal Partner of the Year award at F5’s agility partner summit in New York, scheduled to occur between Monday and Wednesday.

Carahsoft was also recently named Hewlett-Packard’s Federal Reseller Partner of the Year.

This was Carahsoft’s first year of full federal service to F5, said President Craig Abod.

Carahsoft helped F5 provide federal customers application delivery networking solutions, according to Steve McChesney, F5’s vice president of channel sales for the Americas.

Since 2010, Carahsoft has served as F5’s contract aggregator and government distribution partner since the fall of 2010.

Carahsoft also provides F5 sales, marketing and order management resources to help F5’s government-focused reseller network.

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