Nvidia surpasses all projections for Q2

Revenue rose a stunning 101% over the prior year to $13.5 billion, and the company is projecting higher for the next quarter.

Andy Patrizio

Nvidia released its financials for the second fiscal quarter of 2024. Those figures show that Nvidia has exceeded all projections on the strength of data center sales, putting to rest rumors of supply problems. And the sales boom is expected to continue next quarter. What do we think? What had become increasingly obvious is now patently obvious: Nvidia is no longer a video game company; it is an enterprise hardware company. Of course, it remains involved in video gaming, but gaming as a revenue line item has barely budged in the last several quarters and remains at 2020 levels. While

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