Blackberry manufacturer, Research in Motion (RIM), claimed to have obtained a revenue of $ 5, 6 billion in the quarter final in 2010.
Obtaining revenue of it was considered increased approximately 36 percent compared to the same quarter last year, which just won $ 4, 1 billion. Of that number, approximately 81 percent of contributions came from device sales, 16 percent came from services, while the remaining 3 percent comes from software and other revenue.
Launched by CBR Online, Friday (3/25/2011), from the data presented also revealed if RIM Blackberry smartphone shipments in the fourth quarter of this year approximately 14.9 million units bringing the total device shipments reached 52.3 million units during 2010 .
RIM’s own net income in the quarter reached USD934 million, or equal to USD1, 78 per share. Still increased compared to previous quarter’s net income is only USD911 million or equal to USD1, 74 per share.
During 2010 total revenue RIM reached USD19, 9 billion, up 33 percent from $ 15 billion last year. While net income reached $ 3, 4 billion, or $ 6, 34 per share, up 47 percent over last year.
“We have a strong foundation to develop the market through a focused investment. And we’re also very confident with the roadmap smartphones, tablets and enterprise platforms,” said co-CEO of RIM, Jim Balsillie.
To new quarters in 2011, the company expects the acquisition of revenue will reach $ 5, 2 billion to $ 5, 6 billion.
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