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Microsoft says Surface, Windows sales were hurt by chip shortages

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Microsoft says Surface, Windows sales were hurt by chip shortages

Chip shortages have hit one of the world’s largest software companies, Microsoft, and its lineup of Surface PCs.Microsoft reported net income of $16.5 billion (up 47 percent from a year ago) on revenue of $46.2 billion, an increase of 21 percent over the same period. But two key businesses suffered as a result of ongoing supply issues.Microsoft said that Surface revenue dropped 20 percent, or by $348 million, to $1.376 billion. In a statement, Microsoft said the shortfall was driven by “supply chain constraints,” without specifying what those constraints were. Microsoft also said that Windows OEM revenue decreased 3 percent, “with continued PC demand impacted by supply chain constraints.” (Unfortunately, Microsoft executives didn’t clarify what those supply-chain issues actually were during an earnings call.)To read this article in full, please click here
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