Media hard-drive maker Komag ( KOMG) boosted second-quarter revenue by 35% and easily bested Wall Street's bottom-line expectations.The San Jose, Calif., company posted net income of $40.2 million, or $1.21 a share, up from $29.9 million, or 91 cents a share, a year ago. Sales rose to $233.6 million from $172.7 million a year earlier. Analysts polled by Thomson First Call were looking for a profit of $1.14 a share on revenue of $223 million. In keeping with the increasing importance of consumer applications to the storage industry, Komag reported that sales of media for use in digital video recorders, high definition televisions, gaming and similar products accounted for 44% of the company's shipments during the quarter. The company sells its products to the three major hard drive manufacturers; Seagate ( STX), Western Digital ( WDC) and Hitachi's ( HIT) Global Storage Tech unit. The company said that demand for the rest of the year remains strong and said it expects revenue to increase sequentially by 5% in the third quarter. That would bring the top line to $245.3 million, well ahead of the consensus estimate of $237.8 million. Despite what seemed like a solid report, the shares sold off in after-hours trading; they were recently down $1.64, or 4%, to $39.93 on Instinet.