The PC giant announced today its second-quarter revenues are up 20 percent compared to last year totaling $11.7 billion, a company record which is credited to increased server sales and strong presence in the global market.

Sales in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and in Asia-Pacific and Japan rose 30 and 29 percent, respectively. Combined revenue for enterprise systems, including servers and storage systems, accounted for 22 percent of overall sales, matching a company high.