Intel’s Paul Otellini spoke at the conference call after the chip maker announced $2.8 billion in profits and $13.5 billion in revenue for the past quarter. Interestingly, Intel says its revenue is up on growing interest for ultrabooks and... smartphones. The former is no surprise - what’s surprising is that Intel only has a couple of chips on smartphones right now, and having this reflected in the Q2 results could mean the company’s chips are catching some momentum in mobile.
But probably most importantly, Intel is betting on Windows 8 tablets. Here’s what Otellini had to say about upcoming Intel tablets:
Not bad for a start for Windows 8, is it?
source: Venture Beat