A presentation of the results will be webcast today at 09:30 BST at www.arm.com/ir
CAMBRIDGE, UK, 24 July 2013 — ARM Holdings plc announces its unaudited financial results for the second quarter and half year ended 30 June 2013.
|Q2 2013 – Financial Summary|
|Profit before tax (£m)|
|Earnings per share (pence)|
|Net cash generation**|
|Effective revenue fx rate ($/£)|
|H1 2013 – Financial Summary|
|Profit before tax (£m)|
|Earnings per share (pence)|
|Net cash generation**|
|Effective revenue fx rate ($/£)|
Q2 Financial Highlights
Group revenues in US$ up 24% year-on-year (£ revenues up 26% year-on-year)
Order backlog up more than 10% sequentially
Normalised profit before tax and earnings per share up 30% and 37% year-on-year respectively (IFRS PBT and EPS down 73% and 73% year-on-year respectively)
£41.8m costs incurred in Q2, being ARM’s contribution to a full and final settlement of certain patent related litigation, charged in the IFRS reported results
Record net cash generation of £96m
Interim dividend increased by 26%
Progress on key growth drivers in Q2
o 25 processor licenses signed for a wide range of applications from smartphones and mobile computers, to storage and embedded microcontrollers
o Advanced technology enables a higher royalty percentage per chip
o 5 Cortex™-A processor licenses signed, including another Partner licensing v8 processors that support ARM’s big.LITTLE technology
o 7 Mali graphics processor licenses signed
o POP™ IP helps optimise ARM processor implementations. ARM signed 5 further POP IP licenses in Q2
o 2.4 billion ARM-based chips shipped, up 20% year-on-year
o Continued penetration of processors containing both Cortex-A and Mali graphics processors
ARM enters the second half of 2013 with a record order backlog and a robust opportunity pipeline. Relevant data for the second quarter, being the shipment period for ARM’s Q3 royalties, points to a small sequential increase in industry revenues. Building on our strong performance in the first half, we expect overall Group dollar revenues for full year 2013 to be at least in line with market expectations.
Simon Segars, Chief Executive Officer, said:
“ARM has delivered another quarter of strong revenue and normalised earnings growth. We continue to see demand for ARM’s next generation technology, and in Q2 we signed five licenses for Cortex-A series processors, and seven licenses for ARM’s Mali graphics processor, demonstrating our leadership in both low-power processor and 3D graphics technology. During the quarter, our Partners announced exciting new design wins as ARM-based chips were selected for high-volume OEM products. These included many new smartphones and tablets, ARM-based 64-bit servers and mobile base stations.
In Q2, ARM’s processor royalty revenue again outperformed the semiconductor industry, growing at 24% year-on-year. In part this outperformance was driven by the growth in smartphones and mobile computing. These smart devices increasingly contain both ARM’s higher-royalty yielding Cortex-A processor technology and also ARM’s Mali graphics.”
|Q2 2013 – Revenue Analysis|
1 Includes catch-up PIPD royalties of $1.4m (£0.9m) in Q2 2013 and $1.5m (£1.0m) in Q2 2012.
|H1 2013 – Revenue Analysis|
1 Includes catch-up PIPD royalties of $1.4m (£0.9m) in H1 2013 and $3.6m (£2.3m) in H1 2012.
|*||Normalised figures are based on IFRS, adjusted for share-based payment costs, amortisation of intangibles, acquisition-related charges, impairments of investments, IP indemnity and similar charges, Linaro-related charges and share of results of joint venture, and profit or loss on disposal of available-for-sale financial assets. For reconciliation of IFRS measures to normalised non-IFRS measures detailed in this document, see notes 12.13 to 12.16.|
|**||Net cash generation is defined as movement on cash, cash equivalents, short-term and long-term deposits, adding back dividend payments, investment and acquisition consideration, other acquisition-related payments, share-based payroll taxes, payments related to joint ventures and Linaro, and deducting inflows from share option exercises and investment disposal proceeds – see notes 12.8 to 12.12|
|***||US Dollar revenues are based on the group’s actual dollar invoicing, where applicable, and using the rate of exchange applicable on the date of the transaction for invoicing in currencies other than dollars. Over 95% of invoicing is in US dollars.|
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Total dollar revenues in Q2 2013 were $264.3 million, up 24% on Q2 2012. Q2 sterling revenues were £171.2 million, up 26% year-on-year.
Half-year dollar revenues in 2013 amounted to $528.2 million, up 25% on H1 2012.
Total dollar license revenues in Q2 2013 increased by 31% year-on-year to $102.6 million, representing 39% of Group revenues. License revenues comprised $88.3 million from PD and $14.3 million from PIPD.
During Q2, additional partners entered into long-term commitments to use ARM technology where the revenue associated with these agreements goes into backlog and will be recognised in future quarters as engineering and delivery milestones are achieved. As a result, group order backlog at the end of Q2 2013 was up more than 10% sequentially to record levels.
Royalty revenues are recognised one quarter in arrears with royalty revenues in Q2 2013 generated from semiconductor unit shipments in Q1 2013. Total dollar royalty revenues in Q2 2013 increased by 23% year-on-year to $135.3 million, representing 51% of Group revenues. This compares with industry revenues increasing by about 2% in the shipment period (i.e. Q1 2013 compared to Q1 2012).
Royalty revenues in Q2 2013 comprised $119.3 million from PD and $16.0 million from PIPD.
Development Systems and Service revenues
Sales of Development Systems in Q2 were up 1% year-on-year to $13.4 million, representing 5% of Group revenues. Through 2013 ARM is continuing to transition the Development Systems business to focus on microcontroller tools and premium toolkits for multi-core systems. Due to this transition, we expect that full year revenues for Development Systems will be broadly flat year-on-year.
Service revenues in Q2 2013 were up 17% to $13.0 million, representing 5% of Group revenues.
Gross margins in Q2 2013, excluding share-based payment costs of £0.5 million (see below), were 94.3% compared to 95.1% in Q2 2012.
Operating expenses and operating margin
Total IFRS operating expenses in Q2 2013 were £148.2 million (Q2 2012: £77.3 million) including share-based payment costs and related payroll taxes of £15.7 million (Q2 2012: £7.9 million), IP indemnity and similar charges of £41.8 million (Q2 2012:nil), Linaro-related charges of £7.1m (Q2 2012:nil) and amortisation of intangible assets, other acquisition-related charges and impairment of investments of £5.4 million (Q2 2012: £3.4 million).
As noted in prior financial statements, the Group has been in discussions with a licensee to re-negotiate the terms upon which the Group would indemnify that licensee. The revised terms were executed in the second quarter of 2013 giving rise to indemnity costs of $18.0 million in respect of legal proceedings against that licensee. Further, in relation to legal proceedings regarding the same patent portfolio, early in Q3 2013, for consideration of $45.4 million, ARM entered into a settlement and license agreement with a third party covering patents being asserted against ARM technology. The settlement and license agreement is in full and final settlement of any indemnity claims with respect to the asserted patents and will prevent any future assertion of the related patents against ARM technology. Following developments in the litigation towards the end of the second quarter, it was considered probable, as at 30 June, that ARM would enter into this license agreement in settlement of indemnity claims and, therefore, the total indemnification, settlement and license costs of $63.4 million (£41.8 million) were expensed in Q2 2013 (see note 10).
Total share-based payment costs and related payroll tax charges of £16.2 million in Q2 2013 were included within cost of revenues (£0.5 million), research and development (£10.3 million), sales and marketing (£2.6 million) and general and administrative (£2.8 million).
Normalised income statements for Q2 2013 and Q2 2012 are included in notes 12.13 and 12.14 respectively below which reconcile IFRS to the normalised non-IFRS measures referred to in this earnings release.
Normalised operating expenses were £78.2 million in Q2 2013 compared to £74.6 million in Q1 2013 and £66.0 million in Q2 2012. Normalised operating expenses in Q3 2013 (assuming effective exchange rates similar to current levels) are expected to be in the range £79-81 million as ARM continues to increase investment in research and development programs.
Normalised operating margin was 48.6% in Q2 2013, compared to 50.5% in Q1 2013 and 46.4% in Q2 2012.
Normalised research and development expenses were £37.2 million in Q2 2013, representing 22% of revenues, compared to £36.6 million in Q1 2013 and £32.8 million in Q2 2012. Normalised sales and marketing expenses were £17.8 million in Q2 2013, being 10% of revenues, compared to £18.3 million in Q1 2013 and £15.0 million in Q2 2012. Normalised general and administrative expenses were £23.2 million in Q2 2013, representing 14% of revenues, compared to £19.7 million in Q1 2013 and £18.2 million in Q2 2012.
Earnings and taxation
Profit before tax was £15.0 million in Q2 2013 compared to £54.8 million in Q2 2012. After adjusting for acquisition-related and share-based payment costs, IP indemnity and similar charges, Linaro-related charges and share of results in joint venture and disposal and impairment of investments, normalised profit before tax was £86.6 millionin Q2 2013 compared to £66.5 million in Q2 2012. The Group’s effective normalised tax rate was 20% (IFRS 30%) in Q2 2013 compared to 25% (IFRS 28%) in Q2 2012. The Group’s effective normalised tax rate for the full year 2013 is expected to be just under 20%.
In Q2 2013, fully diluted earnings per share were 0.75 pence (3.41 cents per ADS) compared to earnings per share of 2.83 pence (13.32 cents per ADS) in Q2 2012. Normalised fully diluted earnings per share in Q2 2013 were 4.89 pence per share (22.23 cents per ADS) compared to 3.58 pence (16.86 cents per ADS) in Q2 2012.
Intangible assets at 30 June 2013 were £625.1 million, comprising goodwill of £555.6 million and other intangible assets of £69.5 million, compared to £519.4 million and £11.2 million respectively at 31 December 2012.
Total accounts receivable were £136.5 million at 30 June 2013, compared to £124.5 million at 31 December 2012.
Days sales outstanding (DSOs) were 44 at 30 June 2013 compared to 48 at 31 December 2012.
Cash flow and interim dividend
Net cash generation in Q2 2013 was £96.3 million. Net cash at 30 June 2013 was £613.1 million, compared to £562.4 million at 31 March 2013.
In respect of the year to 31 December 2013, the directors are declaring an interim dividend of 2.1 pence per share, an increase of 26% over the 2012 interim dividend of 1.67 pence per share. This interim dividend will be paid, out of the UK GAAP distributable reserves of ARM Holdings plc, on 4 October 2013 to shareholders on the register on 6 September 2013.
25 processor licenses were signed in Q2 2013 for a broad range of end applications, including smartphones, set-top-boxes, storage controllers and embedded microcontrollers.
Half of the licenses signed were with Asian semiconductor companies. ARM is seeing increasing licensing activity in this region, especially in China, and this quarter ARM signed its first Chinese subscription license. Under the terms of their subscription, the company will gain access to a broad range of processor technology including Mali graphics processors.
Five of the licenses signed were for ARM’s Cortex-A series processors, mainly for use in applications such as smartphones and tablets. This included two further licenses for ARM’s Cortex-A53 processor, enabling another Partner with ARM’s big.LITTLE technology and taking the total number of ARMv8 processor licenses signed to twenty-one.
ARM’s Cortex-A series technology addresses a broad range of end-markets, from premium mobile devices and enterprise equipment to entry-level smartphones and tablets. Targeted products from ARM enable our partners to deliver the best features and product specifications at every price point. During the quarter, ARM announced Cortex-A12 processors to address the growing mid-range smartphone and tablet opportunity. The Cortex-A12 delivers about 40% performance uplift versus Cortex-A9 (the technology which is in the majority of smartphones today) but in a smaller, and therefore cheaper, silicon area enabling feature-rich smart devices at affordable price points. In Q2 ARM signed two further licenses for Cortex-A12, taking the total signed to four.
This quarter ARM signed seven Mali licenses. Four of the licenses were for the Mali-T600 range of graphics processors. The Mali-T600 series enables the combination of ARM and Mali processors into a unified computing sub-system, delivering the most efficient use of all the resources in the system-on-chip. With the introduction in Q2 of the Mali-T622, this technology is now available for mid-range devices. As internet-connected screens become smarter and more sophisticated so we continue to see strong demand for Mali graphics processors.
Q2 2013 and Cumulative Processor Licensing Analysis
* Includes ARM7, ARM9, ARM10 and ARM11
**Adjusted for licenses that are no longer expected to generate royalties
*** Includes 2 existing ARM customers taking their first Mali license
ARM’s physical IP is used by fabless semiconductor companies to implement their chip designs. Platform licenses are royalty bearing licenses that enable foundries to manufacture chips using ARM’s physical IP. Each foundry requires a platform license for each process node. ARM has signed a full range of platform licenses with leading foundries, from 250nm to 14nm. During the quarter ARM signed an additional 28nm process derivative. With this new derivative, ARM Physical IP is now available for every 28nm standard foundry process in the industry.
Building on the foundry platform licenses signed in prior quarters, in Q2 the first leading chip designer was enabled to build a 14nm FinFET chip using ARM’s physical IP.
ARM continues to see strong demand for physical IP optimised for use with processors (POP IP). POP IP enables a licensee to more readily achieve high-performance, low-power processor implementations through specially optimised physical IP technology. For every chip implemented using POP IP, ARM receives a royalty both for the processor in the chip and for the physical IP. This quarter ARM signed another five POP licenses for both our Cortex-A and Mali series technology.
Number of Physical IP Licenses*
Total for the Quarter
*Adjusted for licenses that are no longer expected to generate royalties
Customers Licensing Multiple ARM Technologies
In some end markets, such as application processors in mobile phones, mobile computers and digital TVs there can be synergies from using multiple ARM technologies in the same system-on-chip design. The system benefits that can be generated include faster time-to-market and reduced development risk, and lower cost and higher performance of the resultant chip. For example, this can include a Cortex-A processor coupled with Mali graphics being implemented using ARM’s physical IP (possibly in the form of POP IP). To date ARM has signed 143 Cortex-A licenses, 80 Mali licenses and 48 POP IP licenses. ARM typically receives a percentage of the chip price for each ARM technology included within the chip, so chips that contain multiple ARM technologies can enhance ARM’s overall royalty opportunity.
Technology Design Wins and Ecosystem Development
Many leading technology companies have announced details of their ARM processor-based product developments in recent months. These included:
· Samsung announcing their new Exynos 5 Octa series big.LITTLE applications processor, which also includes ARM’s Mali T628 graphics technology
· Fujitsu Semiconductor licensing ARM’s big.LITTLE and Mali-T624 technologies to support a wide range of consumer and industrial devices
· LG Electronics announcing their lead partner status for ARM Cortex-A50 series processors and next-generation Mali GPUs, including support for ARM’s big.LITTLE technology and general purpose graphics processing on the Mali GPU
· Entropic announcing that they have switched to using ARM’s Mali graphics processors for use in set-top-boxes and multimedia applications
· AMD revealing details of their ARM-based Seattle server chips. The CPUs will feature 8 or 16 ARM Cortex-A57 cores, each running at more than 2GHz
· Calxeda announcing multiple design wins for its ARM-based server chips, including for storage servers with Foxconn and Gigabyte
· Atmel announcing a new family of ARM-based Cortex-M0+ microcontrollers. The SAM D20 family of microcontrollers are aimed at low power, cost sensitive industrial and consumer applications
· RedHat presenting a live demo of its 64-bit Fedora 19 running on Applied Micro’s ARM-based 64-bit X-Gene server chip
· Oracle announcing the optimisation of Java on ARM for enterprise and embedded markets, including for ARMv8 64-bit platforms
Many more partner announcements can be found on the ARM website at www.arm.com/news
ARM’s royalty revenues continue to significantly outperform the semiconductor industry, growing at 24% year-on-year, while the semiconductor industry was up just 2% for the corresponding period. The outperformance was driven by the volume growth in markets such as smartphones and mobile computers, market share expansion in microcontrollers, digital TVs and networking equipment, and ARM receiving a higher royalty percentage per chip, for chips containing multiple and more advanced ARM technology.
ARM benefits from the rapidly growing smartphone and tablet markets, particularly the incremental growth of mid-range and entry-level devices. Over the past few years ARM has been licensing technology to enable the development of low-cost, low-power and high-performance application processors. ARM processors such as Cortex-A5 and Cortex-A7, and Mali-400 are now shipping in high-volume in entry-level devices at affordable price points. Another billion more consumers are now expected to be able to afford smartphones and tablets that were previously too expensive. In Q2, ARM introduced Cortex-A12, Mali-T622 and Mali-V500 to further enable the mid-range smart device market.
Not only are these devices more likely to contain ARM’s higher royalty-bearing Cortex-A series technology but they are also more likely to contain ARM’s Mali graphics technology. Cortex-A series processors can now be found in more than 95% of all smartphones, and the majority of tablets and smart TVs. They now represent 17% of all unit shipments, up from 8% one year ago.
The strong growth in both Cortex-A and Mali graphics has helped increase ARM’s average royalty per chip, which increased to 5.0 cents this quarter, up from 4.8 cents one year ago.
ARM’s Q2 royalty revenue came from the sales of about 2.4 billion ARM-based chips, up 18% year-on-year.
Q2 2013 Processor Unit Shipment Analysis
Royalties are recognised one quarter in arrears with royalties in Q2 2013 generated from semiconductor unit shipments in Q1 2013. PIPD royalties in Q2 2013, excluding catch-up royalties, were $14.6million, up 20% year-on-year.
At 30 June 2013, ARM had 2,546 full-time employees, a net increase of 154 since the start of the year, being mainly engineers joining ARM’s processor R&D teams. At the end of Q2, the group had 1,055 employees based in the UK, 630 in the US, 306 in Continental Europe, 353 in India and 202 in the Asia Pacific region.
Principal risks and uncertainties
The principal risks and opportunities faced by the Group are included within the “Risks and risk management” section of the 2012 Annual Report and Accounts filed with Companies House in the UK. Details of other risks and uncertainties faced by the Group are noted within the Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended 31 December 2012 which is on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) and is available on the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov. There have been no changes to these risks that would materially impact the group in the foreseeable future. These include but are not limited to: ARM’s quarterly results may fluctuate significantly and be unpredictable which could adversely affect the market price of ARM ordinary shares; general economic conditions may reduce ARM’s revenues and harm its business; we depend largely on a small number of customers and products; failure by ARM to achieve the performance under a license or failure of a customer to make an obligated milestone payment could materially impact our revenues; we operate in an intensely competitive industry and our customers may choose to use their own or competing technology; ARM has grown its operations significantly over recent years and ARM’s business could be adversely impacted if these changes are not managed successfully; ARM may have to protect its intellectual property or defend the technology against claims that we have infringed others’ proprietary rights; and an infringement claim against ARM’s technology may result in a significant damages award which would adversely impact ARM’s operating results.
Statement of directors’ responsibilities
The directors confirm that these condensed interim financial statements have been prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standard 34, ‘Interim Financial Reporting’, as adopted by the European Union and that the interim management report includes a fair review of the information required by DTR 4.2.7 and DTR 4.2.8, namely:
· an indication of important events that have occurred during the first six months and their impact on the condensed set of financial statements, and a description of the principal risks and uncertainties for the remaining six months of the financial year; and
· material related-party transactions in the first six months and any material changes in the related-party transactions described in the last annual report.
By order of the Board
24 July 2013
Chief Financial Officer
Independent review report to ARM Holdings plc
We have been engaged by the company to review the condensed set of financial statements in the half-yearly financial report for the six months ended 30 June 2013, which comprises the IFRS consolidated income statement, the IFRS consolidated balance sheet, the IFRS consolidated statement of comprehensive income, the IFRS consolidated cash flow statement, the IFRS consolidated statement of changes in equity and related notes. We have read the other information contained in the half-yearly financial report and considered whether it contains any apparent misstatements or material inconsistencies with the information in the condensed set of financial statements.
The half-yearly financial report is the responsibility of, and has been approved by, the directors. The directors are responsible for preparing the half-yearly financial report in accordance with the Disclosure and Transparency Rules of the United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority.
As disclosed in note 1, the annual financial statements of the group are prepared in accordance with IFRSs as adopted by the European Union. The condensed set of financial statements included in this half-yearly financial report has been prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standard 34, “Interim Financial Reporting”, as adopted by the European Union.
Our responsibility is to express to the company a conclusion on the condensed set of financial statements in the half-yearly financial report based on our review. This report, including the conclusion, has been prepared for and only for the company for the purpose of the Disclosure and Transparency Rules of the Financial Conduct Authority and for no other purpose. We do not, in producing this report, accept or assume responsibility for any other purpose or to any other person to whom this report is shown or into whose hands it may come save where expressly agreed by our prior consent in writing.
Scope of review
We conducted our review in accordance with International Standard on Review Engagements (UK and Ireland) 2410, ‘Review of Interim Financial Information Performed by the Independent Auditor of the Entity’ issued by the Auditing Practices Board for use in the United Kingdom. A review of interim financial information consists of making enquiries, primarily of persons responsible for financial and accounting matters, and applying analytical and other review procedures. A review is substantially less in scope than an audit conducted in accordance with International Standards on Auditing (UK and Ireland) and consequently does not enable us to obtain assurance that we would become aware of all significant matters that might be identified in an audit. Accordingly, we do not express an audit opinion.
Based on our review, nothing has come to our attention that causes us to believe that the condensed set of financial statements in the half-yearly financial report for the six months ended 30 June 2013 is not prepared, in all material respects, in accordance with International Accounting Standard 34 as adopted by the European Union and the Disclosure and Transparency Rules of the United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority.
24 July 2013
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The results shown for Q2 2013, Q1 2013, Q2 2012, H1 2013, and H1 2012 are unaudited. The results shown for FY 2012 are audited. The consolidated financial information contained in this announcement does not constitute statutory accounts within the meaning of Section 434 of the Companies Act 2006. Statutory accounts of the Company in respect of the financial year ended 31 December 2012 were approved by the Board of directors on 27 February 2013 and delivered to the Registrar of Companies. The report of the auditors on those accounts was unqualified and did not contain an emphasis of matter paragraph nor any statement under Section 498 of the Companies Act 2006.
The results for ARM for Q2 2012 and previous quarters as shown reflect the accounting policies as stated in Note 1 to the financial statements in the Annual Report and Accounts filed with Companies House in the UK for the fiscal year ended 31 December 2012 and in the Annual Report on Form 20-F for the fiscal year ended 31 December 2012.
This document contains forward-looking statements as defined in section 102 of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are subject to risk factors associated with the semiconductor and intellectual property businesses. When used in this document, the words “anticipates”, “may”, “can”, “believes”, “expects”, “projects”, “intends”, “likely”, similar expressions and any other statements that are not historical facts, in each case as they relate to ARM, its management or its businesses and financial performance and condition are intended to identify those assertions as forward-looking statements. It is believed that the expectations reflected in these statements are reasonable, but they may be affected by a number of variables, many of which are beyond our control. These variables could cause actual results or trends to differ materially and include, but are not limited to: failure to realize the benefits of our recent acquisitions, unforeseen liabilities arising from our recent acquisitions, price fluctuations, actual demand, the availability of software and operating systems compatible with our intellectual property, the continued demand for products including ARM’s intellectual property, delays in the design process or delays in a customer’s project that uses ARM’s technology, the success of our semiconductor partners, loss of market and industry competition, exchange and currency fluctuations, any future strategic investments or acquisitions, rapid technological change, regulatory developments, ARM’s ability to negotiate, structure, monitor and enforce agreements for the determination and payment of royalties, actual or potential litigation, changes in tax laws, interest rates and access to capital markets, political, economic and financial market conditions in various countries and regions and capital expenditure requirements.
More information about potential factors that could affect ARM’s business and financial results is included in ARM’s Annual Report on Form 20-F for the fiscal year ended 31 December 2012 including (without limitation) under the captions, “Risk Factors”(on pages 6 to 13) which is on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) and available at the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov.
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