Silicon Graphics has filed a $220 million (#134 million) loss following last April's restructuring of the company. Once these one-off charges are removed it still reveals an operating loss of $57 million (#35 million).
The Unix workstation manufacturer is pinning its hopes on an upturn in sales when it launches its first Windows NT system later this year. Richard Belluzzo, CEO of Silicon Graphics, said: "Our results reflect the long-term negative trends that have affected our supercomputer and workstation businesses. We expect stronger results for fiscal 1999."
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