Zoom blew past expectations for its first quarter earnings as the video conferencing company added millions of new users amid the global pandemic.
Revenue came in at $328 million, up 169% year-over-year, with earnings per share at $0.20.
Zoom CEO Eric Yuan gave a special shout-out to longtime partner Amazon Web Services and its CEO Andy Jassy for helping the company meet demand.
Zoom and AWS are among a group of tech companies seeing demand surge due to the pandemic.
Zoom video conferencing rival Microsoft Teams is also growing rapidly.

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