SolarWinds warns of weak second quarter
April 30 (Reuters) - Network management software maker SolarWinds Inc forecast weak second-quarter results as it struggles to sell new licenses.
SolarWinds shares fell 10 percent in extended trading.
The company, which makes software to move data over business networks, expects second-quarter adjusted earnings of between 37 cents and 38 cents a share, on revenue of $77.8 million to $78.8 million.
Analysts were expecting adjusted earnings of 39 cents a share and revenue of $80.7 million.
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