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Company profile

A10 Networks, Inc. is a provider of networking solutions that enable networks focused on reliability, availability, scalability, and cybersecurity. The Company's portfolio supports customers operating in the cloud, on-premises or in hybrid environments. The Company's product portfolio consists of six secure application solutions and two intelligent management and automation tools. Its secure application solutions include Thunder Application Delivery Controller (ADC), Lightning Application Delivery Controller (Lightning ADC), Thunder Carrier Grade Networking (CGN), Thunder Threat Protection System (TPS), Thunder SSL Insight (SSLi) and Thunder Convergent Firewall (CFW). Its intelligent management and automation tools include Harmony Controller and aGalaxy TPS. Its software solutions are available to be delivered in a variety of form factors, such as embedded in optimized hardware appliances, as bare metal software, containerized software, virtual appliances, and cloud-native software.

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Today's volume of 167,298 shares is on pace to be much lighter than ATEN's 10-day average volume of 863,298 shares.


Match to seek temporary restraining order against Google

5:13 pm ET May 10, 2022 (MarketWatch)

Match Group Inc. (MTCH) on Tuesday said it plans to ask a federal judge in California to issue a temporary restraining order against Alphabet Inc.'s Google (GOOGL)(GOOGL) to prevent the company from throwing Match off of its Google Play app store on June 1. The filing comes a day after Match sued the search giant for allegedly breaking antitrust laws with billing rules for the Android app store. "As you know, they threatened to do this if we do not use Google Play Billing (GPB) exclusively," Jared Sine, Match's chief business affairs and legal officer, said in a blog post Tuesday. "This would eliminate user choice, force our app users to make payments on Google Play Billing, prevent users from having the myriad of consumer-friendly payment and billing options that we offer (and Google does not), and destroy the exceptional user experience our users prefer with our in-app payment system." Google recently made some concessions on its app store, including allowing Spotify Technology SA (SPOT) to use its own payments system in its app. In the filing, Match said it asked Google if it could adopt the new "user billing" feature like Spotify, but Google refused.

-Jon Swartz


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