Palo Alto Networks, Flextronics Ink Amended Manufacturing Services Agreement


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Palo Alto Networks Inc. and Flextronics Telecom Systems Ltd entered into an Amended and Restated Flextronics Manufacturing Services Agreement that replaces in its entirety the existing Flextronics Manufacturing Services Agreement dated September 20, 2010 between the company and Flextronics.

Pursuant to the agreement, Flextronics will continue to manufacture and assemble Palo Alto Networks' products using design specifications, quality assurance and related service programs, and standards that the company establishes, and procure components and assemble the company's products based on the company's demand forecasts.

The agreement has an initial term of three years, which is automatically renewed for one-year terms, unless terminated by either party.

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