US applications delivery company F5 Networks' (Nasdaq: FFIV) net profits reached US$62.5mn in fiscal Q3, ended June 30, up 54.7% compared to the same period last year, the company said in a statement.
Global revenues totaled US$291mn in the third quarter, a 26.1% increase compared to US$230mn in the same period last year.
According to company CEO John McAdam, Americas revenue was up slightly, due in part to a slowdown in US federal sales. Strong sales in APAC and Japan accounted for most of the revenue growth during the quarter.
For the current quarter, ending September 30, management has set a revenue goal of US$307mn-312mn.
In Latin America, the company has field offices in Brazil, Mexico and Chile.
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