Nvidia has just revealed its financial results for the second quarter of the year (Q2 2021), which in its case ended on August 1, and it did so with a new record in revenue of 6.51 billion dollars, which implies a increase of 68 percent compared to the same period of 2020 and 15 percent more compared to Q1 2021, a quarter that had already generated record revenues of $ 5.66 billion with an 84% growth compared to Q1 2020.
As expected, the first source of income for NVIDIA was Gaming, followed by Data Centers and Professional Virtualization. GAAP earnings per diluted share for the quarter were $ 0.94, up 276% from Q2 2020 and 24% more than the previous quarter (Q1 2021). Non-GAAP diluted earnings per share was $ 1.04, up 89% from a year ago and up 14% from the prior quarter.
If we break down the information:
- Gaming business generated 3.06 billion dollars (+ 85% vs Q2 2020; + 11% vs Q1 2021)
- Data Centers contributed 2.370 million dollars (+ 35% vs Q2 2020; + 16% vs Q1 2021)
- Professional Visualization contributed 519 million dollars (+ 156% vs Q2 2020; + 40% vs Q1 2021)
- Automotive helped with 152 million dollars (+ 37% vs Q2 2020; -1% vs Q1 2021).