Shares of Sandvine (TSX:SVC) are up today after the company reported better than expected first quarter numbers.
Sandvine earned (U.S.) $10.2-million on revenue of $32.4-million in its Q1, 2015, up from $7.5-million in earnings on a $31.5-million topline in the same period a year prior.
“I’m pleased to have a strong start to the year. Revenue for the quarter was very broad based and as a result customer concentration was near an all-time low,” said CEO Dave Caputo. “This is Sandvine’s 10th consecutive quarter of profitability and year-over-year revenue growth. Our growth once again led industry analysts to name Sandvine the market share leader in 2014. Our profitability and cash generation also continue to be a big differentiator in our market.”
Sandvine management said quarterly highlights included the launch of a product that measures web browsing quality-of-experience, the launch of an updated service delivery engine, and being named by ABI research as a market leader.
At press time, shares of Sandvine were up 5.5% to $3.81.