Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said that a new era of computing has begun, marked by the shift towards accelerated computing and productive artificial intelligence. Nvidia has become one of the key players in this space, with A100 and H100 chips being used to build and run artificial intelligence applications like ChatGPT.
This growth is indicative of the company’s transition from gaming-focused revenue to a data center-heavy business. Data center division revenue was $10.32 billion, up 141% quarter-on-quarter and 171% year-over-year. The company forecasts further growth, expecting third-quarter revenue of $16 billion.
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