Microsoft reported a 10% year-over-year revenue increase to $10.2 billion for the quarter ended June 30. Net income surged more than 37% to $3.7 billion. For the fiscal year, the company reported revenue of $39.8 billion, up 8% from 2004, and net income of $12.3 billion.
Rapid customer adoption of Microsoft's SQL Server database helped fuel the 16% sales growth in the company's server and tools business in the quarter to $2.7 billion. Microsoft's client (desktop operating systems) business increased 10% to $3.0 billion. But sales of Microsoft Office and other information-worker products increased only 3% to $2.9 billion, and MSN revenue fell 1% to $582 million.
In contrast, strong sales of Microsoft's Xbox products were largely responsible for the 22% sales gain in the home and entertainment business to $610 million, and sales of mobile and embedded device products spiked 37% to $97 million.