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.

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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).
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