Intel has reported record second-quarter figures showing greater than 10 per cent growth in every one of the company's business segments.
Revenues reached $13.1bn, a 22 per cent increase over the previous year's quarter, while net income totalled $3bn, up two per cent. Earnings per share rose six per cent.
"We achieved a significant new milestone in the second quarter, surpassing $13bn in revenue for the first time," said Intel president and chief executive Paul Otellini.
"Strong corporate demand for our most advanced technology, the surge of mobile devices and internet traffic fuelling datacentre growth, and the rapid rise of computing in emerging markets drove record results."
Intel announced plans this week to acquire ethernet hardware specialist Fulcrum Microsystems.
Intel's results come a day after Apple credited strong growth in its iPhone and Mac lines with helping to drive record revenues of $28.6bn.
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