Hardware vendor Silicon Graphics (SGI) has said it expects to report an operating loss of between $40m (£24m) and $45m, including a previously announced restructuring charge of approximately $20m.
The firm anticipates revenue for the first fiscal quarter, ended 26 September 2003, to be between $215m and $220m, above the guidance range of $200m to $210m that it had predicted to market analysts in July.
Unrestricted cash, cash equivalents and marketable investments are expected to be approximately $110m, in line with previous guidance.
Actual results for the first quarter, along with guidance for the second quarter of fiscal 2004, will be revealed by the company on 20 October.
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