Nvidia Expected To Make $130 Billion By 2026 Amid AI Domination

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AI Market Is Too Profitable For Nvidia!

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  • Nvidia continues to make record profits and revenue after its AI dominance.
  • According to estimates, it could make $130 billion in revenue by 2026 if it continues to grow at this rate.
  • This would be a $100 billion increase over its reported revenue in five years.

Nvidia has found immeasurable success through its AI products so far, exceeding 900 tons of H100 sales in a single quarter. It has also broken various records, with future plans potentially hinting at a push for handheld gaming.

According to a report, the company is expected to make a staggering $130 billion by 2026.

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The AI giant appears to be well-positioned to dominate the next-generation AI computing markets.

With the continuous rise in demand for AI solutions, Nvidia’s revenue might reach $130 billion by 2026, increasing by around $100 billion from 2021, according to a study from none other than Bloomberg. This is a massive 125% increase in total revenue.

Now that Team Green has announced intentions to release its next-generation “Blackwell” B100 AI GPUs and several other server products soon, things are looking better for the coming years, ultimately boosting its expansion in the markets.

Nvidia also intends to incorporate liquid-cooling capabilities into its future data centers. This demonstrates how the company intends to use generational advancements in its AI solutions, ultimately meeting the enormous demand from the AI market.

Since Nvidia continues to report record profits, these projections are not unreasonable. The company is quickly approaching giants like Amazon and Google, establishing itself as a bigger part of the tech industry overall.

According to Omdia analysts, Nvidia is expected to report $87 billion from the AI sector alone. This would put it at a 50% growth rate over last year, paving the way for Bloomberg’s $130 billion estimate.

Meanwhile, it will continue to push for new gaming products.

Rumors about the flagship RTX 5000 GPUs have already started to pour in, hinting at a 28 Gbps GDDR7 memory setup. Overall, Nvidia seems to be well-settled for future success.

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