All renewals of support contracts will start from the end of the previous support contract.
"Start Date" as used in this policy means (i) the date this product is shipped from the manufacturing facilities of Juniper Networks, Inc.
("Juniper Networks"), (ii) in the case of resale by an authorized Juniper Networks distributor, the date not more than ninety (90) days after original shipment of this product by Juniper Networks, or (iii) in the case of Juniper Certified Pre-Owned ("JCPO") product, the date JCPO product is shipped from the JCPO authorized reseller.
Starting in the late 1990s, Comverse's voice messaging software became its main product and the company grew rapidly with the surge in mobile phone use, passing the $1 billion mark in revenues.
It established a formidable position in the worldwide mobile voicemail management market and sold a popular short message service center (SMSC) product.
Much of its funding came from Israeli government subsidies and tax credits provided to research and development for hi-tech firms.
By the mid-1990s, one of its most successful products allowed legal authorities and intelligence agencies to record and store data collected from intercepted communications.
Options backdating occurs when companies grant options to their executives that correspond to a day where there was a significantly lower share price.
It is suspected that these situations are not a coincidence and that the board or executives were granted options based on a past date in order to make these options more profitable.
Comverse Technology, Inc., founded in Israel, was a technology company located in Woodbury, New York in the United States, that developed and marketed telecommunications software.
The company focused on providing value-added services to telecommunication service providers, in particular to mobile network operators.
An option's strike price is usually chosen by taking the stock's closing price on the day that the option was granted, calculating an average of the day's high and low prices or by taking the closing price from the previous day's trading.