FY18 Q2 - More Personal Computing Performance- Investor Relations - Microsoft

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Revenue increased $281 million or 2%, primarily due to higher revenue from Gaming and Search advertising, offset in part by lower revenue from phones.

• Windows revenue increased 1%, driven by Windows OEM revenue growth, offset in part by a decline in Windows Commercial revenue. Windows OEM revenue increased 4%. Windows OEM Pro revenue grew 11%, outperforming the commercial PC market, primarily due to a higher mix of premium licenses sold and timing of license purchases. Windows OEM non-Pro revenue declined 5%, below the consumer PC market, primarily due to lower volumes of entry-level price devices sold. Windows Commercial revenue decreased 4%, primarily due to the impact of a prior year large deal.

• Gaming revenue increased $303 million or 8%, driven by higher revenue from Xbox hardware and Xbox software and services. Xbox hardware revenue increased 14%, primarily due to the launch of Xbox One X. Xbox software and services revenue increased 4%, primarily due to Xbox Live revenue growth, offset in part by a decrease in revenue from the prior year launch of video games.

• Search advertising revenue increased $215 million or 13%. Search advertising revenue, excluding traffic acquisition costs, increased 15%, driven by growth in Bing, primarily due to higher revenue per search and search volume.

• Surface revenue increased 1%, driven by a higher mix of premium devices sold, offset in part by a decrease in volume of devices sold.

• Phone revenue decreased $204 million.

Operating income decreased $51 million or 2%, primarily due to an increase in operating expenses.

• Gross margin was relatively unchanged, driven by a decline in Gaming, offset by an increase in Search advertising and Surface. Gross margin percentage decreased, primarily due to a gross margin percentage decline in Gaming.

• Operating expenses increased $49 million or 2%, driven by investments in engineering and the benefit of a legal settlement in the prior year, offset in part by a decrease in Windows marketing and phone expenses.

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FY18 Earnings Release Schedule

  • Q3-Thursday, April 26
  • Q4-Thursday, July 19

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