FY15 Q1 - Commercial Licensing Performance - Investor Relations – Microsoft

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Commercial Licensing Performance

Commercial Licensing revenue increased $262 million or 3%, due primarily to increased revenue from our server products and Windows Commercial, offset in part by a decline in revenue from Office Commercial. Our server products revenue grew $406 million or 11%, driven primarily by higher premium mix of Microsoft SQL Server. Windows Commercial revenue grew $80 million or 10%, due to increased renewals and growth in our customer base. Office Commercial revenue declined $322 million or 7%, due mainly to customers transitioning to Office 365 Commercial.

Commercial Licensing gross margin increased $295 million or 3%, in line with revenue.

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FY15 Earnings Release Schedule

  • Q2-Monday, January 26
  • Q3-Thursday, April 23
  • Q4-Tuesday, July 21

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