Intel attributed its successful quarter to "strong demand from corporate customers" and called its PC and server businesses "healthy." Revenue for the company's PC Client Group, responsible for its desktop and mobile processors, increased 2% to $3.43 billion. Atom processors and chipsets alone raked in $413 million, a 16% jump sequentially. Meanwhile, Data Center Group revenue was up 13%, which could mark the end of a lengthy dry spell in enterprise spending.
Intel expects the cash to continue rolling in, predicting third quarter revenue of $11.6 billion (give or take $400 million).