On July 22, VMware released the results about its growth for Q2 2014.
VMware, announced a total revenue growth of $1.46 billion, for an increase of 17 percent compared to Q2 2013.
Operating income for the first quarter was $200 million, which means a decrease of 26% from the second quarter of 2013.
The non-GAAP Operating Margin registered an increment of 3% from Q2 2013, with an income of $428 million, which is a reflection of the AirWatch acquisition.
Cash flows were $6.64 billion.
- VMware announced the expansion of its hybrid cloud service into Asia-Pacific, through a joint venture with SoftBank in Japan and a partnership with China Telecom to build a hybrid cloud service for China market.
- VMware announced last April the VMware vCloud Hybrid Service – Disaster Recovery, a cloud based disaster recovery (DR) service that leverages vCHS resources.
- Together with SAP, the availability of the SAP HANA platform on VMware was announced to integrate the global data center virtualization strategy.
- VMware Horizon 6 was released as an end user computing suite.
We continue to see strong performance across our business, further evidence that VMware isuniquely positioned as IT transitions from client server computing to the mobile cloud era, across the board, customers are turning to VMware solutions to help chart an efficient path to the future without sacrificing the vital needs for security, availability and compliance required by all businesses.