SAN FRANCISCO -- Bullish investors sent shares of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion ( RIMM) soaring to an all-time high Friday, a day after the company offered more robust growth expectations. Shares of RIM were recently up $13.64, or 13.6%, to $114.18, reversing an after-hours slide in the stock. RIM now sports a market capitalization of $62.2 billion. A slew of new product releases, subscriber growth that shows no signs of slowing down, a growing international footprint and little competitive pressure from rivals have combined to help fuel even more positive sentiment. RIM crossed the 10 million-subscriber mark and reported revenue of $1.37 billion in the second quarter, more than double the $658.5 million in the same quarter of last year. For the third quarter, RIM said it expects revenue of $1.6 billion to $1.67 billion and earnings in the range of 59 cents to 63 cents a share. Analysts' consensus had been $1.51 billion and EPS of 55 cents. RIM's bullish guidance reflects the company's plans for a strong holiday season. The company's product launches slated for fall include the BlackBerry 8130 Pearl for CDMA networks such as Verizon's ( VZ), the 8120 Pearl for Edge and Wi-Fi networks, and a new software platform, the BlackBerry Unite, for the home and small and medium business market.