AI and enterprise accounts power Zoom to strong Q3 growth

The video comms vendor has upgraded its guidance as it targets an AI and ecosystem play

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AI and enterprise accounts power Zoom to strong Q3 growth

Zoom has reported 5 per cent year-on-year revenue increase in its Q3 results to $1.1bn (£880m), driven by a 20 per cent spike in enterprise revenue to $614.3m. Online revenue, meanwhile, reached $4...

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