Composition of Certain Financial Statement Items
|3 Months Ended|
Dec. 25, 2022
|Condensed Financial Information Disclosure [Abstract]|
|Composition of Certain Financial Statement Items||Composition of Certain Financial Statement Items
Revenues. We disaggregate our revenues by segment (Note 7), by products and services (as presented on our condensed consolidated statement of operations), and for our QCT (Qualcomm CDMA Technologies) segment, by revenue stream, which is based on the industry and application in which our products are sold (as presented below). Beginning in the first quarter of fiscal 2023, QCT RFFE (radio frequency front-end) revenues, which were previously presented as a separate revenue stream, are now included within our Handset, Automotive and internet of things (IoT) revenue streams, as applicable, based on the industry and application in which the related RFFE products are sold. Prior period information has been recast to reflect this change. RFFE revenues include revenues from the sale of 4G, 5G sub 6 and 5G millimeter wave RFFE products (a substantial portion of which relate to mobile handsets) and exclude radio frequency transceiver components. This change aligns with changes made to our internal reporting of revenues. We believe this change provides a more meaningful presentation in understanding QCT revenues going forward, as we expect RFFE revenues to correspond with trends in Handsets, Automotive and IoT (as applicable) and is more consistent with how our revenue diversification is viewed externally. In certain cases, the determination of QCT revenues by industry and application requires the use of certain assumptions. Substantially all of QCT’s revenues consist of equipment revenues that are recognized at a point in time, and substantially all of QTL’s (Qualcomm Technology Licensing) revenues represent licensing revenues that are recognized over time and are principally from royalties generated through our licensees’ sales of mobile handsets.
QCT revenue streams were as follows (in millions):
(1) Includes revenues from products sold for use in mobile handsets.
(2) Includes revenues from products sold for use in automobiles, including connectivity, digital cockpit and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and automated driving (AD).
(3) Primarily includes products sold for use in the following industries and applications: consumer (including computing, voice and music and extended reality (XR)), edge networking (including mobile broadband and wireless access points) and industrial (including handhelds, retail, transportation and logistics and utilities).
Revenues recognized from performance obligations satisfied (or partially satisfied) in previous periods were as follows (in millions):
(1) Primarily related to certain QCT sales-based royalty revenues related to system software and certain QCT customer incentives.
(2) Primarily related to certain QCT sales-based royalty revenues related to system software, QTL royalty revenues recognized related to devices sold in prior periods (including adjustments to prior period royalty estimates, which includes the impact of the reporting by our licensees of actual royalties due) and certain QCT customer incentives.
Unearned revenues (which are considered contract liabilities) consist primarily of certain customer contracts for which QCT received fees upfront and QTL license fees for intellectual property with continuing performance obligations. In the three months ended December 25, 2022 and December 26, 2021, we recognized revenues of $173 million and $187 million, respectively, that were recorded as unearned revenues at September 25, 2022 and September 26, 2021, respectively.
Remaining performance obligations, substantially all of which are included in unearned revenues, represent the aggregate amount of the transaction price of certain customer contracts yet to be recognized as revenues as of the end of the reporting period and exclude revenues related to (a) contracts that have an original expected duration of one year or less and (b) sales-based royalties (i.e., future royalty revenues) pursuant to our license agreements. Our remaining performance obligations are primarily comprised of certain customer contracts for which QCT received fees upfront and certain customer contracts for which QTL received license fees upfront. At December 25, 2022, we had $577 million of remaining performance obligations, of which $301 million, $201 million, $65 million, $6 million and $1 million is expected to be recognized as revenues for the remainder of fiscal 2023 and each of the subsequent four years from fiscal 2024 through 2027, respectively, and $3 million thereafter.
Concentrations. A significant portion of our revenues are concentrated with a small number of customers/licensees of our QCT and QTL segments. The comparability of customer/licensee concentrations for the interim periods presented are impacted by the timing of customer/licensee device launches and/or innovation cycles and other seasonal trends, among other fluctuations in demand. Revenues from each customer/licensee that were 10% or greater of total revenues were as follows:
Other Expenses. Other expenses in the three months ended December 25, 2022 consisted of $80 million in restructuring charges, substantially all of which related to accrued severance costs, resulting from certain cost reduction initiatives during the quarter. Additionally, in the second quarter of fiscal 2023, we committed to take additional actions to reduce our operating expenses. As a result, we currently expect to incur additional restructuring charges in the second quarter of fiscal 2023 of approximately $80 million, substantially all of which relate to cash severance payments.
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