Autonomy plc Announces Scheduling of First Quarter 2001 Financial Results

Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from Autonomy Corporation, plc

    CAMBRIDGE, England, and SAN FRANCISCO, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Autonomy
 Corporation, plc (Nasdaq:   AUTN; LSE: AU; EASDAQ: AUTN), a global leader in
 infrastructure software for the Web and the enterprise, today announced they
 will release first quarter 2001 results on Thursday, April 26th at
 approximately 7:00 AM GMT/2:00 AM ET.  A news release outlining the first
 quarter financial results will be available on the investor relations and
 press center portions of Autonomy's Web site.
     A teleconference call for participants discussing these results will be
 hosted on April 26th at 9:30 AM GMT/4:30 AM ET/1:30 AM PT and will be
 available live via webcast over the World Wide Web.  To access the live
 webcast, investors are directed towards the investor relations portion of
 Autonomy's website, http://www.autonomy.com.  In addition, the webcast will
 also be available at http://www.streetfusion.com.  Investors should go to
 either web site approximately 15 minutes prior to the start time of the call
 to register.
 
     About Autonomy Corporation plc
     Autonomy's infrastructure technology enables computers to form an
 understanding of a piece of text, Web pages, e-mails, voice, documents and
 people.  Because of this unique ability, Autonomy's technology automates
 business operations on unstructured information, such as categorizing,
 linking, personalizing and delivering, which, to date, have been completely
 manual.  Autonomy's technology powers any application dependent upon
 unstructured information including: e-commerce, customer relationship
 management, knowledge management, enterprise information portals and online
 publishing.
     Among Autonomy's 425-plus customers are Alcatel, Associated Press, BBC,
 British Aerospace, Clorox, Reed Elsevier, News Corp., Lucent Technologies,
 Merrill Lynch, SF Gate, Reuters, Semi-tech, The Royal Mail, TF1, Unilever and
 the United States Department of Defense.  In addition, many of the world's
 leading software companies license Autonomy's technology to add intelligence
 to their own products, in areas as diverse as online publishing, knowledge
 management, email routing and document management.  These include Brio,
 Business Objects, Delano, Epiphany, Intraspect, KnowledgeTrack, Nexor,
 Novient, OpenMarket, Sybase and Vignette.
     Autonomy was founded in 1996 and has offices throughout North America
 and Europe, as well as in Sydney, Australia.  Autonomy listed on EASDAQ
 (EASDAQ: AUTN) in July 1998, on The Nasdaq National Market (Nasdaq:   AUTN) in
 May 2000 and on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: AU.) in November 2000.
 
 

SOURCE Autonomy Corporation, plc
    CAMBRIDGE, England, and SAN FRANCISCO, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Autonomy
 Corporation, plc (Nasdaq:   AUTN; LSE: AU; EASDAQ: AUTN), a global leader in
 infrastructure software for the Web and the enterprise, today announced they
 will release first quarter 2001 results on Thursday, April 26th at
 approximately 7:00 AM GMT/2:00 AM ET.  A news release outlining the first
 quarter financial results will be available on the investor relations and
 press center portions of Autonomy's Web site.
     A teleconference call for participants discussing these results will be
 hosted on April 26th at 9:30 AM GMT/4:30 AM ET/1:30 AM PT and will be
 available live via webcast over the World Wide Web.  To access the live
 webcast, investors are directed towards the investor relations portion of
 Autonomy's website, http://www.autonomy.com.  In addition, the webcast will
 also be available at http://www.streetfusion.com.  Investors should go to
 either web site approximately 15 minutes prior to the start time of the call
 to register.
 
     About Autonomy Corporation plc
     Autonomy's infrastructure technology enables computers to form an
 understanding of a piece of text, Web pages, e-mails, voice, documents and
 people.  Because of this unique ability, Autonomy's technology automates
 business operations on unstructured information, such as categorizing,
 linking, personalizing and delivering, which, to date, have been completely
 manual.  Autonomy's technology powers any application dependent upon
 unstructured information including: e-commerce, customer relationship
 management, knowledge management, enterprise information portals and online
 publishing.
     Among Autonomy's 425-plus customers are Alcatel, Associated Press, BBC,
 British Aerospace, Clorox, Reed Elsevier, News Corp., Lucent Technologies,
 Merrill Lynch, SF Gate, Reuters, Semi-tech, The Royal Mail, TF1, Unilever and
 the United States Department of Defense.  In addition, many of the world's
 leading software companies license Autonomy's technology to add intelligence
 to their own products, in areas as diverse as online publishing, knowledge
 management, email routing and document management.  These include Brio,
 Business Objects, Delano, Epiphany, Intraspect, KnowledgeTrack, Nexor,
 Novient, OpenMarket, Sybase and Vignette.
     Autonomy was founded in 1996 and has offices throughout North America
 and Europe, as well as in Sydney, Australia.  Autonomy listed on EASDAQ
 (EASDAQ: AUTN) in July 1998, on The Nasdaq National Market (Nasdaq:   AUTN) in
 May 2000 and on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: AU.) in November 2000.
 
 SOURCE  Autonomy Corporation, plc