VMware gibt Quartalszahlen für das zweite Quartal 2010 bekannt

  • Wachstum bei den Einnahmen von 48 Prozent auf 674 Millionen US-Dollar
  • GAAP Umsatzrendite von 15,0 Prozent
  • Nicht-GAAP Umsatzrendite von 27,7 Prozent
  • Zuwachs beim Cashflow aus laufender Geschäftstätigkeit der letzten zwölf Monate um 3 Prozent auf 1,1 Milliarden US-Dollar
  • Zunahme des verfügbaren Cashflow in den letzten zwölf Monaten um 33 Prozent auf 1,0 Milliarden US-Dollar
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München, 21. Juli 2010 — VMware, weltweiter Marktführer von Virtualisierungslösungen für Desktopsysteme, Rechenzentren und Cloud-Infrastrukturen, gibt seine Finanzergebnisse für das zweite Quartal 2009 bekannt:

  • Die Einnahmen betrugen im zweiten Quartal 674 Millionen US-Dollar, das entspricht einer Zunahme um 48 Prozent im Vergleich zum zweiten Quartal 2009.
  • Der GAAP Betriebsgewinn für das zweite Quartal war 101 Millionen US-Dollar, das entspricht einer Zunahme um 166 Prozent im Vergleich zum zweiten Quartal 2009. Der Nicht-GAAP Betriebsgewinn für das zweite Quartal betrug 187 Millionen US-Dollar, das entspricht einer Zunahme um 94 Prozent im Vergleich zum zweiten Quartal 2009.
  • Der GAAP Gewinn für das zweite Quartal betrug 75 Millionen US-Dollar oder 0,18 US-Dollar pro Aktie, im Vergleich zu 33 Millionen US-Dollar oder 0,08 US-Dollar pro Aktie im zweiten Quartal 2009. Der Nicht-GAAP Gewinn für das zweite Quartal betrug 142 Millionen US-Dollar oder 0,34 US-Dollar pro Aktie, im Vergleich zu 80 Millionen US-Dollar oder 0,20 US-Dollar pro Aktie im zweiten Quartal 2009.
  • Flüssige und gleichwertige Mittel sowie kurzfristige Investitionen zum Stichtag 30. Juni 2010 betrugen 2,8 Milliarden US-Dollar, das entspricht einem Zuwachs von 21 Prozent im Vergleich zum Vorjahr. Die gesamten aufgeschobenen Einkünfte belaufen sich auf 1,5 Milliarden US-Dollar, das ist eine Zunahme von 58 Prozent im Vergleich zum Vorjahreszeitraum.
  • Für die letzten zwölf Monate, die zum 30. Juni 2010 endeten, betrug der laufende Cashflow 1,2 Milliarden US-Dollar, das entspricht einem Wachstum von 33 Prozent im Vergleich zum gleichen Zeitraum vor einem Jahr.

Die Einnahmen in den USA wuchsen im zweiten Quartal um 43 Prozent auf 334 Millionen US-Dollar vom zweiten Quartal 2009 ausgehend. Die internationalen Einnahmen nahmen vom zweiten Quartal 2009 ausgehend im zweiten Quartal 2010 um 53 Prozent auf 340 Millionen US-Dollar zu. Die Einnahmen aus Lizenzen waren 324 Millionen US-Dollar, das sind 42 Prozent mehr als im zweiten Quartal 2009. Die Einnahmen aus Dienstleistungen inklusive Software-Wartung und Professional Services betrugen 350 Millionen US-Dollar, das sind 54 Prozent mehr als im zweiten Quartal des Vorjahres.

"Unsere sehr guten Quartalszahlen für das zweite Quartal wurden von einer hohen Nachfrage nach allen Produkten in allen Regionen getrieben", sagt Mark Peek, Chief Financial Officer. "Für das dritte Quartal erwarten wir in Folge flach ansteigende Einnahmen bei Lizenzen und eine Zunahme der gesamten Einnahmen auf ungefähr 680 and 705 Millionen US-Dollar. In Bezug auf das gesamte Jahr 2010 erhöhen wir unsere Leitlinie auf etwa 2,725 bis 2,8 Milliarden US-Dollar an Einnahmen, das wäre eine Zunahme von 35 bis 38 Prozent im Vergleich zu 2009."

"Unsere Kunden erkennen mehr und mehr den Wert, den VMware ihnen mit Infrastrukturmodernisierung und einem pragmatischen Weg zu Cloud Computing bringt", sagt Paul Maritz, President und Chief Executive Officer. "Auf diesem Weg suchen sie nach einem strategischen Partner wie VMware, der sie voranbringt. VMware wird deshalb weiter investieren und Lösungen anbieten, die IT-as-a-service ermöglichen."

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Recent Highlights & Strategic Announcements

  • On July 13, 2010, VMware announced VMware vSphere 4.1, an updated version of VMware's flagship virtualization and cloud infrastructure platform. With VMware vSphere 4.1, VMware once again sets the bar in virtualization, coupling dramatic scalability and performance enhancements with new management capabilities to deliver the most powerful foundation for cloud computing. The announcement included additions to VMware's vCenter Family of management products and new packaging for the SMB market.
  • In the second quarter 2010, VMware announced a series of moves to further its Open Platform-as-a-Service (Open PaaS) offerings and enable application portability across private and public cloud environments. The announcements included the acquisition of Gemstone, which introduces sophisticated data-caching capabilities; a new partnership with Salesforce.com, whereby Java and Spring framework developers will be able to deploy new applications into a cloud and leverage Salesforce.com capabilities; and a partnership with Google, whereby the Spring framework will be integrated with Google’s App Engine.
  • On June 10, 2010, VMware announced it is positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders Quadrant of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure. According to the report: “The x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure market is a foundation for two extremely important market trends - infrastructure modernization and cloud computing.”
  • On June 9, 2010, VMware and Novell announced an expansion to their partnership with an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement through which VMware will distribute and support the SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server operating system at no additional cost to vSphere customers. With this agreement, customers can more easily and cost-effectively virtualize Linux applications, accelerate their evolution to a fully virtualized datacenter and simplify portability of their applications to cloud environments.

 

VMware plans to host a conference call today to review its second quarter results and to discuss its financial outlook. The call is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m. PT/ 5:00 p.m. ET and can be accessed via the Web at ir.vmware.com. The webcast will be available live, and a replay will be available following completion of the live broadcast for approximately 30 days.

(1) 1 Gartner, Inc “Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure,” Thomas Bittman et al, May 26, 2010.

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