Numbers showed that Intel’s initial estimations for this trimester were bigger than a ten percent increase. The year 2012 also meant a profit for Intel action that is 0.54 dollars higher than it was in the previous trimester.
Intel’s new product on the market was the ultrabook, a specially created PC category that designed to bring in additional business. Ultrabooks sales evolution was modest.
A big part of Intel’s overall revenue was brought by its PC Client division. Intel’s division PC Client brought $8.7 billion which is 3% higher than it did in the same period last year. The most remarkable growth was seen in Intel’s Data Center group. The Data Center group brough in $2.8 billion, 14% higher than last year.
Intel generated $4.7 billion cash from shares alone. It paid $1.1 billion in dividends and used another $1.1 billion to buy back shares.