Annual shipment capacity of 150EB, Seagate 2013 financial report is published




Seagate announced the 2013 fourth quarter and fiscal 2013 annual financial statements, the performance may be used to describe well, too.

The end of the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2013, Seagate announced in the fourth quarter in addition to the data, but also the publication of the annual financial report. The company’s revenue in the fourth quarter nearly $ 3.4 billion, gross margin was 27.4%, net income of $ 34.8 million, has a $ 0.94 per share dividend.

For the entire 2013 fiscal year, in the June 28 settlement.

GAAP part, Seagate revenue of $ 14.4 billion, a net margin of 27.5%, net income was $ 1.8 billion and $ 4.81 per share dividend; non-GAAP, the company’s net margin was 28%, and $ 5.31 per share dividend.

Seagate OEM for the largest ship in the 2013 fiscal year in the last quarter, accounting for 71% of the company as a whole, while the agents and retailers respectively 18% and 11%.

If on the market, Seagate Asia Pacific region is very important battlefield, the average quarterly market share of over 50%, while North America and Europe in the fourth quarter were 30% and 17% of the performance.

In the 2013 fiscal year, Seagate shipped a total capacity of 184.8 EB (Exytabyte, 1EB = 1,000,000 (10 6) TB) compared with 149.6 in 2012 high, as the average dual capacity 813.75GB, which the Client Compute for the largest, an average of 3,780 ten thousand, as the Enterprise Storage and Client non-Compute were 7.35 million and 11.3 million. Where the data show, Seagate fourth quarter of the fiscal year only in Enterprise Storage growth, while the remaining two parts began declining, perhaps with the market have a considerable impact on the off-season.

Seagate in the past few months and Enterprise Storage for Client Compute launch many new products, the impact should be significant in the next quarter.



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