Boston, MA 06/09/2014 (wallstreetpr) – Software developer Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) illustrated the extent of innovation taking place in Windows and the device ecosystem. The company’s demonstration assumes significance in the wake of rapid changes that has been witnessing in the market. It also showcased itself as to how it helps its partners get the opportunity.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)’s vice president for its device partnerships Nick Parker delivered a keynote address at Computex, the second biggest computer exhibition in the globe, demonstrating the scope of innovation taking place in both Windows as well as Windows device ecosystem for the benefit of the users. He was joined by other senior executives to provide proof of its innovation that offers the opportunity for partners and worth to its customers.
Microsoft’s Parker outlined the importance being innovative in a world dominated by mobile-first and cloud-first and illustrated its partnerships, products and business partner tactics to fuel innovation with Windows much to the delight of customers.
The company’s official explained about how its Windows improvements that include, the recent launch of Windows 8.1 update, Windows universal apps, Windows Phone 8.1, relaxation of certificate requirements, and $0 Windows for devices of below 9 inches. These features make the device incredible for a wider ecosystem of hardware partners thus offering more value and affordability to its customers.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) shared some of the key data with the audience in Computex. These were, two billion Skype minutes a day, home subscriber numbering 4.4 million for its Office 365, active outlook.com users of 400 million, active OneDrive users of 250 million, Xbox live members of 48 million and 18% share of the U.S. search engine market for its Bing.
Microsoft’s senior executives also narrated the computer science advancements and demonstrated examples of key products coming out from its research wing. This included, Bing, Xbox and Skype. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) along with its hardware partners unveiled new designs and price points besides new markets for its Windows devices. The company’s vice president had showcased in stage something close to 40 brand-new devices. This included laptops, all-in-ones, smartphones, and 2-in-1s, tablets.