The company launched a sleuth of eight-generation Intel Core processors for gaming, high-performance laptops and business.
It included the eighth generation Intel Core i9 processor, Intel Core vCore processors and the limited-edition Intel Core i7-8086K.
Data-Centric Businesses on the Rise
Every data-centric business within Intel all reported revenue increases, reflecting the company’s transition from semiconductors to data.
Intel’s Internet of Things Group, Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group and Programmable Solutions Group all shot up in their Q2 results.
The company’s NSG business was up 23 percent to $1.1 billion, while IOTG and PSG also shot up to $880 million and $517 million respectively.
Robert Swan, Interim CEO and Chief Financial Officer for Intel commented: “After five decades in tech, Intel is poised to deliver our third record year in a row. We are uniquely positioned to capitalize on the need to process, store and move data, which has never been more pervasive or more valuable,
“Intel is now competing for a $260 billion market opportunity, and our second quarter results show that we’re winning. As a result of the continued strength we are seeing across the business, we are raising our full year revenue and earnings outlook.”