What buying Vista Ultimate means to Microsoft

Microsoft's plan to sell multiple versions of Vista–Basic, Home Premium and Ultimate–may already be paying dividends. The company, which reported fiscal second quarter earnings and provided plenty of items to analyze, said last night that it expects premium versions of Vista to represent 60 percent of sales in fiscal year 2007 (SeekingAlpha transcript). That projection […]

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Microsoft's plan to sell multiple versions of Vista–Basic, Home Premium and Ultimate–may already be paying dividends.

The company, which reported fiscal second quarter earnings and provided plenty of items to analyze, said last night that it expects premium versions of Vista to represent 60 percent of sales in fiscal year 2007 (SeekingAlpha transcript). That projection is above the 54 percent premium mix expected by Friedman Billings Ramsey analyst David Hilal.

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