Microsoft Q2 2017 Earnings: Windows OEM revenue increases by 5%

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Microsoft today reported a revenue of $24.1 billion GAAP, and $26.1 billion non-GAAP for fiscal year Q2 2017. The company reported an increase in Windows OEM revenue — here’s the breakdown:

  • Windows OEM Pro grew 6% (up 6% CC) slightly outperforming an improving commercial PC market
  • Windows OEM non-Pro grew 5% (up 5% CC) primarily due to a higher mix of premium devices
  • Windows commercial products and cloud services grew 5% (up 6% CC), driven by double-digit annuity billings growth and installed expansion

Microsoft also reported a fall in revenue of 5% from its Personal Computing business, which generated a revenue of $11.8 billion.

You can find the full report here.

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