VERITAS Software Announces Fiscal Second Quarter 2004 Earnings Conference Call.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- VERITAS Software Veritas Software Corp. was an international software company that was founded in 1983 as Tolerant Systems, renamed Veritas Software Corp. in 1989, and merged with Symantec in 2005. It was headquartered in Mountain View, California. Corporation (Nasdaq:VRTS VRTS Veritas Software (stock symbol)
VRTS Verification Requirements Tracking System ) will report its second quarter 2004 financial results on Tuesday, July 27th, after the close of the market.
Following the release of earnings, management will host a conference call at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time/5:00 p.m. Eastern Time, to review the results and discuss its future outlook. The conference call will be available to all investors in a listen only mode.
Dial-In Information: To access the live call, dial 913-981-5509 and enter passcode: 267476. Please dial in 10-15 minutes prior to the beginning of the call.
Audio Webcast: A live Internet Internet
Publicly accessible computer network connecting many smaller networks from around the world. It grew out of a U.S. Defense Department program called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), established in 1969 with connections between computers at the webcast will be available at www.veritas.com and in the Investor section of the website.
Replay: A replay of the conference call will be available beginning on Tuesday, July 27th at 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time until October 2004 via telephone at 719-457-0820 and entering replay code: 267476. A replay is also accessible via the audio webcast at www.veritas.com and in the Investor section of the website.
About VERITAS Software
VERITAS Software, one of the 10 largest software companies in the world, is a leading provider of software to enable utility computing (1) Pay-per-usage processing provided by a service organization that uses its own computers and facilities. Customers access the computers via a private network or over the Internet and are charged according to how much computing time they use, such as CPU seconds, minutes or hours. . In a utility computing model, IT resources are aligned with business needs, and business applications are delivered with optimal performance and availability on top of shared computing computing - computer infrastructure, minimizing hardware and labor costs. With 2003 revenues of $1.75 billion, VERITAS delivers products for data protection, storage & server management, high availability Also called "RAS" (reliability, availability, serviceability) or "fault resilient," it refers to a multiprocessing system that can quickly recover from a failure. There may be a minute or two of downtime while one system switches over to another, but processing will continue. and application performance management that are used by 99 percent of the Fortune 500. More information about VERITAS Software can be found at www.veritas.com.
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