The company said earnings per share reversed to a gain of US$0.02, compared with a loss of US$0.01 in the same period a year ago and expectations of a loss of US$0.02 for the quarter. Revenues for the second quarter reached US$60.7mln, up sharply from the expected US$55.9mn and the US$60.29mln posted in the year-ago period.
First half revenue came in at US$109.9mln, compared with US$117.9mln in the first half of 2017.
A10 Networks president and chief Lee Chen said they were able to build momentum in cloud and security operations.
“There are a number of trends in the market that play to A10's strengths that we believe present many opportunities for growth over the long-term," he said.
Shares of the company closed on Thursday up 0.43% at US$6.93.
A10 Networks is based in San Jose, California. The company is a provider of intelligent and automated cybersecurity solutions.