VMware oznámil finanční výsledky za první kvartál fiskálního roku 2021

Celkový meziroční nárůst příjmů o 12 %

Výnosy z licencí a SaaS meziročně vzrostly o 39 %

PRAHA / PALO ALTO, Calif., 8. června 2020 — Společnost VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), přední inovátor v oblasti podnikového softwaru, oznámila hospodářské výsledky za první čtvrtletí fiskálního roku 2021:

Kvartální přehled:

  • Výnosy v prvním čtvrtletí dosáhly 2,73 miliardy USD, což představuje nárůst o 12 % oproti prvnímu kvartálu fiskálního roku 2020.
  • Výnosy z prodeje licencí, SaaS a předplatného činily 1,23 miliard USD, což představuje nárůst o 17 % oproti stejnému období fiskálního roku 2020.
  • Příjmy z předplatného a SaaS za první čtvrtletí činily 572 milionů USD, což je meziroční nárůst o 39 %.
  • Čistý zisk podle GAAP dosáhl v prvním čtvrtletí 386 milionů USD, neboli 0,92 USD na akcii, v porovnání s 380 miliony USD, čili 0,89 USD za akcii ve stejném období fiskálního roku 2020. Čistý zisk bez vlivu metodiky GAAP za první kvartál činil 640 milionů USD, neboli 1,52 USD za akcii, což představuje 21% nárůst na akcii v porovnání s 535 miliony USD, neboli 1,25 USD na akcii za první kvartál fiskálního roku 2020. 
  • Provozní zisk podle GAAP za první čtvrtletí byl 418 milionů USD, což představuje nárůst o 18 % oproti stejnému období fiskálního roku 2020. Provozní zisk za první kvartál bez vlivu metodiky GAAP dosáhl 818  milionů USD, což představuje nárůst o 25 % oproti stejnému období fiskálního roku 2020.
  • Cash flow z provozní činnosti v prvním čtvrtletí činilo 1,37 miliard USD. Volný peněžní tok za první kvartál byl 1,29 miliard USD.
  • Výnosy z prodeje licencí, předplatného a SaaS plus sekvenční změny výše výnosů příštích období z prodeje licencí, předplatného a SaaS vzrostly meziročně o 16 %. 

„V těchto bezprecedentních časech jsme v Q1 FY21 podali dobrý výkon a skvělé výsledky,“ řekl Pat Gelsinger, generální ředitel VMware. „Zajištění bezpečnosti a pohody našich zaměstnanců a řešení rychle se měnících potřeb našich zákazníků byly našimi nejvyššími prioritami. Sloužíme jako základní digitální služba pro ty zákazníky, kteří poskytují základní služby, a pomáháme jim efektivněji a bezpečněji škálovat.“

„První kvartál prokázal naši schopnost řídit pozitivní návratnost investic a zvýšenou odolnost zákazníků, kteří jdou cestou digitální transformace,“ řekl Zane Rowe, výkonný viceprezident a finanční ředitel společnosti VMware. „Tento kvartál také podtrhl silné stránky VMware a ukázal nové příležitosti v náročném ekonomickém prostředí.“

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Business Highlights & Strategic Announcements 

  • VMware launched VMware Tanzu, a portfolio of products and services that enable enterprises to deliver better software faster. Customers can use the VMware Tanzu suite to automate the modern app lifecycle, run Kubernetes across clouds, and unify and optimize multi-cloud operations.
  • VMware acquired Octarine, which will bring intrinsic security to containerized applications running in Kubernetes and build security capabilities into the fabric of the existing IT and DevOps ecosystems. 
  • VMware made major updates to its core portfolio across VMware Cloud Foundation, the largest evolution of vSphere in a decade, NSX-T, vSAN and vRealize Operations Cloud, continuing to bring innovation to its leading infrastructure stack that powers on-premises environments and public clouds across the world. 
  • VMware introduced new security offerings, including new VMware Advanced Security for Cloud Foundation, which will enable customers to replace legacy security solutions and deliver unified protection across private and public clouds.
  • Deutsche Telekom and VMware announced that they are collaborating on an open and intelligent virtual RAN platform, based on O-RAN standards, to bring agility to radio access networks (RANs) for both existing LTE and future 5G networks.
  • VMware launched VMware Partner Connect, the new, simplified and flexible program that empowers partners with flexibility to meet customers’ needs, making VMware technologies and services opportunities more accessible. 
  • VMware was positioned as a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Virtual Client Computing 2019-2020 Vendor Assessment, which evaluated 10 virtual client computing (VCC) vendors.1

The company will host a conference call today at 1:30 p.m. PT/ 4:30 p.m. ET to review financial results and business outlook. A live web broadcast of the event will be available on the VMware investor relations website at http://ir.vmware.com. Slides will accompany the web broadcast. The replay of the webcast and slides will be available on the website for two months. In addition, six quarters of historical data for unearned revenue will also be made available at http://ir.vmware.com in conjunction with the conference call.

1“IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Virtual Client Computing 2019-2020 Vendor Assessment” (Doc #US45752419, January 2020).

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