Microsoft Windows OS Worth Is $110 Billion, Reports Trefis

Trefis, a financial analysis outfit reports that Microsoft's Windows business is valued at a staggering $110 billion, having jumped no less than $9 billion just in the past year alone. "Windows Operating System is the largest segment for Microsoft, making up about 41% of Microsoft's stock, followed by Microsoft Office which contributes 32% to the […]

Trefis, a financial analysis outfit reports that Microsoft's Windows business is valued at a staggering $110 billion, having jumped no less than $9 billion just in the past year alone. "Windows Operating System is the largest segment for Microsoft, making up about 41% of Microsoft's stock, followed by Microsoft Office which contributes 32% to the company value," Trefis stated.

Trefis: Microsoft Windows OS, Most Valuable Software Business Globally

The Office business, valued at some $86 billion occupies the third position, ahead of Oracle Database Software ($69 billion), Oracle Middleware Software ($44 billion) and EMC Storage Software ($23 billion).

Placed between Windows and Office is IBM Middleware, worth $107 billion, and 2009's top dog, a position it failed to keep despite growing an estimated $4 billion in the past year.

Reference: Microsoft's Windows OS, the Most Valuable Software Business Globally