Schlagwort: NVIDIA

NVIDIA Announces Preliminary Financial Results for Second Quarter Fiscal 2023

Mon­day, August 8, 2022

  • Preli­mi­na­ry second quar­ter reve­nue of $6.70 bil­li­on ver­sus out­look of $8.10 billion
  • Short­fall ver­sus out­look pri­ma­ri­ly dri­ven by wea­ker Gaming revenue
  • Manage­ment to dis­cuss finan­cial results and out­look on Aug. 24 ear­nings call

NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) today announ­ced selec­ted preli­mi­na­ry finan­cial results for the second quar­ter ended July 31, 2022.

Second quar­ter reve­nue is expec­ted to be appro­xi­mate­ly $6.70 bil­li­on, down 19% sequen­ti­al­ly and up 3% from the pri­or year, pri­ma­ri­ly reflec­ting wea­ker than fore­cas­ted Gaming reve­nue. Gaming reve­nue was $2.04 bil­li­on, down 44% sequen­ti­al­ly and down 33% from the pri­or year. Data Cen­ter reve­nue was $3.81 bil­li­on, up 1% sequen­ti­al­ly and up 61% from the pri­or year. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Ayar Labs to Accelerate Development and Application of Optical Interconnects in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Architectures with NVIDIA

SANTA CLARA, Calif. –May 25, 2022 – Ayar Labs, the lea­der in chip-to-chip opti­cal con­nec­ti­vi­ty, is deve­lo­ping with NVIDIA ground­brea­king arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence (AI) infra­st­ruc­tu­re based on opti­cal I/O tech­no­lo­gy to meet future deman­ds of AI and high per­for­mance com­pu­ting (HPC) workloads. The col­la­bo­ra­ti­on will focus on inte­gra­ting Ayar Labs’ tech­no­lo­gy to deve­lop sca­le-out archi­tec­tures enab­led by high-band­width, low-laten­cy and ultra-low-power opti­cal-based inter­con­nects for future NVIDIA pro­ducts. Tog­e­ther, the com­pa­nies plan to acce­le­ra­te the deve­lo­p­ment and adop­ti­on of opti­cal I/O tech­no­lo­gy to sup­port the explo­si­ve growth of AI and machi­ne lear­ning (ML) app­li­ca­ti­ons and data volu­mes. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

SEC Charges NVIDIA Corporation with Inadequate Disclosures about Impact of Cryptomining

Washing­ton D.C., May 6, 2022 — The Secu­ri­ties and Exchan­ge Com­mis­si­on today announ­ced sett­led char­ges against tech­no­lo­gy com­pa­ny NVIDIA Cor­po­ra­ti­on for ina­de­qua­te dis­clo­sures con­cer­ning the impact of cryp­to­mi­ning on the company’s gaming business.

The SEC’s order finds that, during con­se­cu­ti­ve quar­ters in NVIDIA’s fis­cal year 2018, the com­pa­ny fai­led to dis­c­lo­se that cryp­to­mi­ning was a signi­fi­cant ele­ment of its mate­ri­al reve­nue growth from the sale of its gra­phics pro­ces­sing units (GPUs) desi­gned and mar­ke­ted for gaming. Cryp­to­mi­ning is the pro­cess of obtai­ning cryp­to rewards in exchan­ge for veri­fy­ing cryp­to tran­sac­tions on dis­tri­bu­t­ed led­gers. As demand for and inte­rest in cryp­to rose in 2017, NVIDIA cus­to­mers incre­a­singly used its gaming GPUs for cryp­to­mi­ning. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

NVIDIA Announces Financial Results for Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2022

  • Record fis­cal-year reve­nue of $26.91 bil­li­on, up 61 percent
  • Record quar­ter­ly and fis­cal-year reve­nue for Gaming, Data Cen­ter and Pro­fes­sio­nal Visualization

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) today repor­ted record reve­nue for the fourth quar­ter ended Janu­a­ry 30, 2022, of $7.64 bil­li­on, up 53 per­cent from a year ago and up 8 per­cent from the pre­vious quar­ter. Gaming, Data Cen­ter and Pro­fes­sio­nal Visua­liz­a­ti­on mar­ket plat­forms each achie­ved record reve­nue for the quar­ter and year.

GAAP ear­nings per dilu­t­ed share for the quar­ter were a record $1.18, up 103 per­cent from a year ago and up 22 per­cent from the pre­vious quar­ter. Non-GAAP ear­nings per dilu­t­ed share were $1.32, up 69 per­cent from a year ago and up 13 per­cent from the pre­vious quarter.

For fis­cal 2022, reve­nue was a record $26.91 bil­li­on, up 61 per­cent from $16.68 bil­li­on a year ago. GAAP ear­nings per dilu­t­ed share were a record $3.85, up 123 per­cent from $1.73 a year ago. Non-GAAP ear­nings per dilu­t­ed share were $4.44, up 78 per­cent from $2.50 a year ago.

We are see­ing excep­tio­nal demand for NVIDIA com­pu­ting plat­forms,” said Jen­sen Huang, foun­der and CEO of NVIDIA. “NVIDIA is pro­pel­ling advan­ces in AI, digi­tal bio­lo­gy, cli­ma­te sci­en­ces, gaming, crea­ti­ve design, auto­no­mous vehi­cles and robo­tics – some of today’s most impact­ful fields.

We are ent­e­ring the new year with strong momen­tum across our busi­nes­ses and excel­lent trac­tion with our new soft­ware busi­ness models with NVIDIA AI, NVIDIA Omni­ver­se and NVIDIA DRIVE. GTC is com­ing. We will announ­ce many new pro­ducts, app­li­ca­ti­ons and part­ners for NVIDIA com­pu­ting,” he said.

NVIDIA paid quar­ter­ly cash divi­dends of $100 mil­li­on in the fourth quar­ter and $399 mil­li­on in fis­cal 2022. It will pay its next quar­ter­ly cash divi­dend of $0.04 per share on March 24, 2022, to all share­hol­ders of record on March 3, 2022. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

NVIDIA and SoftBank Group Announce Termination of NVIDIA’s Acquisition of Arm Limited

Soft­Bank to Explo­re Arm Public Offering

SANTA CLARA, Calif., and TOKYO – Feb. 7, 2022 – NVIDIA and Soft­Bank Group Corp. (“SBG” or “Soft­Bank”) today announ­ced the ter­mi­na­ti­on of the pre­vious­ly announ­ced tran­sac­tion wher­eby NVIDIA would acqui­re Arm Limi­ted (“Arm”) from SBG. The par­ties agreed to ter­mi­na­te the Agree­ment becau­se of signi­fi­cant regu­la­to­ry chal­len­ges pre­ven­ting the con­sum­ma­ti­on of the tran­sac­tion, des­pi­te good faith efforts by the par­ties. Arm will now start pre­pa­ra­ti­ons for a public offe­ring. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

NVIDIA Announces Financial Results for Third Quarter Fiscal 2022

Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 17, 2021

  • Record reve­nue of $7.10 bil­li­on, up 50 per­cent from a year earlier
  • Record Data Cen­ter reve­nue of $2.94 bil­li­on, up 55 per­cent from a year earlier
  • Record Gaming reve­nue of $3.22 bil­li­on, up 42 per­cent from a year earlier

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) today repor­ted record reve­nue for the third quar­ter ended Octo­ber 31, 2021, of $7.10 bil­li­on, up 50 per­cent from a year ear­lier and up 9 per­cent from the pre­vious quar­ter, with record reve­nue from the company’s Gaming, Data Cen­ter and Pro­fes­sio­nal Visua­liz­a­ti­on mar­ket platforms.

GAAP ear­nings per dilu­t­ed share for the quar­ter were $0.97, up 83 per­cent from a year ago and up 3 per­cent from the pre­vious quar­ter. Non-GAAP ear­nings per dilu­t­ed share were $1.17, up 60 per­cent from a year ago and up 13 per­cent from the pre­vious quarter.

The third quar­ter was out­stan­ding, with record reve­nue,” said Jen­sen Huang, foun­der and CEO of NVIDIA. “Demand for NVIDIA AI is sur­ging, dri­ven by hypersca­le and cloud sca­le-out, and broa­de­ning adop­ti­on by more than 25,000 com­pa­nies. NVIDIA RTX has reinven­ted com­pu­ter gra­phics with ray tra­cing and AI, and is the ide­al upgrade for the lar­ge, gro­wing mar­ket of gamers and creators, as well as desi­gners and pro­fes­sio­nals buil­ding home workstations.

Our GTC event seri­es show­ca­ses the expan­ding uni­ver­se of NVIDIA acce­le­ra­ted com­pu­ting. Last week’s event was our most suc­cess­ful yet, high­ligh­t­ing diver­se app­li­ca­ti­ons, inclu­ding sup­ply-chain logistics, cyber­se­cu­ri­ty, natu­ral lan­guage pro­ces­sing, quan­tum com­pu­ting rese­arch, robo­tics, self-dri­ving cars, cli­ma­te sci­ence and digi­tal biology.

Omni­ver­se was a major the­me at GTC. We show­ed what is pos­si­ble when we can jump into vir­tu­al worlds. Omni­ver­se will be used from col­la­bo­ra­ti­ve design, cus­to­mer ser­vice ava­tars and video con­fe­ren­cing, to digi­tal twins of fac­to­ries, pro­ces­sing plants, even ent­i­re cities. Omni­ver­se brings tog­e­ther NVIDIA’s exper­ti­se in AI, simu­la­ti­on, gra­phics and com­pu­ting infra­st­ruc­tu­re. This is the tip of the ice­berg of what’s to come,” he said.

NVIDIA paid quar­ter­ly cash divi­dends of $100 mil­li­on in the third quar­ter. It will pay its next quar­ter­ly cash divi­dend of $0.04 per share on Decem­ber 23, 2021, to all share­hol­ders of record on Decem­ber 2, 2021. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

AMD und Xilinx zusammen mit höherem Börsenwert als Intel

Dass die aktu­el­le Bör­se ver­hal­te­ne Aus­bli­cke und Still­stand bei Kenn­zah­len wie Gewinn­zu­wachs oder Brut­to­mar­ge nicht beson­ders schätzt, erfuh­ren Intel-Aktio­nä­re nach den letz­ten Quar­tals­zah­len von Intel deut­lich. Dafür scheint sie die soge­nann­ten Wachs­tums­wer­te, die bei Umsatz und Gewinn zule­gen, momen­tan in extre­mer Art und Wei­se zu bewer­ten. Denn trotz deut­lich weni­ger Umsatz und Gewinn waren AMD und Xilinx zusam­men im heu­ti­gen Bör­sen­ver­lauf bereits mehr wert als Intel. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

AMD-Aktie schließt zwei Tage hintereinander auf neuem Allzeithoch

Nach dem bis­he­ri­gen Höchst­stand am 4. August, hat die Aktie von AMD in der ver­gan­ge­nen Woche hin­ter­ein­an­der zwei neue Höchst­stän­de beim Tages­schluss­kurs erreicht und am Frei­tag nach den Intel-Quar­tals­zah­len bei einem Stand von 119,82 US-Dol­lar den Bör­sen­tag beschlos­sen. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO Processors Selected for Next-Generation NVIDIA GeForce NOW Cloud Gaming Platform

ANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today announ­ced Ryzen™ Thre­ad­rip­per™ PRO pro­ces­sors will help power the new GeFor­ce NOW RTX 3080 mem­bers­hip tier from NVIDIA. Dri­ven by AMD Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per PRO pro­ces­sors, the new GeFor­ce NOW RTX 3080 mem­bers­hip gives next-genera­ti­on cloud gaming expe­ri­en­ces to play­ers everywhere.

NVIDIA’s GeFor­ce Super­Pods harness the class-lea­ding per­for­mance of AMD Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per PRO with unpar­al­leled core counts and high-fre­quen­cy clock speeds to sup­port over 39 peta­flops of gra­phics per­for­mance. Each pro­ces­sor also fea­tures 128 PCIe® Gen 4 lanes, indus­try-lea­ding con­nec­ti­vi­ty, and unmat­ched memo­ry band­width1 to ensu­re GeFor­ce NOW RTX 3080 mem­bers have the tech­no­lo­gy requi­red for a smooth, reli­able experience.

The Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per PRO lin­eup was desi­gned to offer users incredi­ble per­for­mance and unri­va­led band­width and sets the indus­try stan­dard for extre­me com­pu­ting per­for­mance across a ran­ge of use cases, inclu­ding the rapidly-gro­wing cloud gaming space,” said Chris Kilburn, cor­po­ra­te vice pre­si­dent and gene­ral mana­ger, cli­ent com­po­nent busi­ness, AMD. “Working with NVIDIA, it is clear that the expan­si­ve fea­ture set of Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per PRO is the per­fect plat­form to power their next-genera­ti­on cloud gaming expe­ri­ence.” (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Oski Technology, an Expert in Formal Verification, Joins NVIDIA

We are exci­ted to announ­ce that Oski Tech­no­lo­gy, a com­pa­ny spe­cia­li­zing in for­mal veri­fi­ca­ti­on methods, will be joi­ning NVIDIA.

Modern pro­ces­sors pack tens of bil­li­ons of tran­sis­tors, tiny on/off swit­ches con­nec­ted by bil­li­ons of micro­scopic pathways. A bug in a sin­gle tran­sis­tor can pre­vent a chip from ope­ra­ting cor­rect­ly, requi­ring cos­t­ly revi­si­ons to fix.

Today, veri­fi­ca­ti­on engi­neers rely on two very dif­fe­rent methods to make sure bugs don’t make it into sili­con — simu­la­ti­on and for­mal verification.

The first approach reli­es on mil­li­ons of simu­la­ti­ons that search for bugs, exer­cis­ing cor­ner cases in care­ful­ly desi­gned tests.

For­mal veri­fi­ca­ti­on, Oski’s spe­cial­ty, is a power­ful alter­na­ti­ve that uses mathe­ma­ti­cal ana­ly­sis of a design ins­tead of simu­la­ti­ons to pro­ve that a par­ti­cu­lar fea­ture beha­ves cor­rect­ly for all pos­si­ble inputs.

Whe­re­as simu­la­ti­on injects 1’s and 0’s into a design to test whe­ther num­bers are added pro­per­ly, Oski’s approach for­mal­ly veri­fies that “c = a + b.” (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

AMD-Aktie schließt drei Tage hintereinander auf Allzeithoch

Getrie­ben von den bes­ser als erwar­te­ten letz­ten Quar­tals­zah­len und einer erneut erhöh­ten Umsatz­pro­gno­se für das Gesamt­jahr 2021  sowie zahl­rei­chen posi­ti­ven Ana­lys­ten­be­wer­tun­gen hat die Aktie von AMD die Mar­ke von 100 US-Dol­lar durch­bro­chen und ist damit seit Mit­te Mai um gute 47 Pro­zent im Wert gestie­gen. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Nvidia GeForce-Treiber (GRD) 465.89 WHQL

Der Nvi­dia GeFor­ce-Game-Rea­dy-Trei­ber für Win­dows ist in einer neu­en Ver­si­on erschie­nen. Er unter­stützt alle Nvi­dia-Kar­ten seit der GeFor­ce 600er, über die GeFor­ce 700er, die GeFor­ce 900er, die GeFor­ce 10xx, die GeFor­ce 16xx, die RTX 20xx und bis hin zur aktu­el­len GeFor­ce RTX 30xx Serie, sowie alle Kar­ten der Titan-Serie. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Nvidia GeForce-Treiber (GRD) 462.07 (Hotfix-Release) für Windows 10

Der Nvi­dia GeFor­ce-Game-Rea­dy-Trei­ber für Win­dows ist in einer neu­en Ver­si­on erschie­nen. Er unter­stützt alle Nvi­dia-Kar­ten seit der GeFor­ce 600er, über die GeFor­ce 700er, die GeFor­ce 900er, die GeFor­ce 10xx, die GeFor­ce 16xx, die RTX 20xx und bis hin zur aktu­el­len GeFor­ce RTX 30xx Serie, sowie alle Kar­ten der Titan-Serie. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Nvidia GeForce-Treiber (GRD) 461.92 WHQL

Der Nvi­dia GeFor­ce-Game-Rea­dy-Trei­ber für Win­dows ist in einer neu­en Ver­si­on erschie­nen. Er unter­stützt alle Nvi­dia-Kar­ten seit der GeFor­ce 600er, über die GeFor­ce 700er, die GeFor­ce 900er, die GeFor­ce 10xx, die GeFor­ce 16xx, die RTX 20xx und bis hin zur aktu­el­len GeFor­ce RTX 30xx Serie, sowie alle Kar­ten der Titan-Serie. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Nvidia GeForce-Treiber (GRD) 461.81 (Hotfix-Release) für Windows 10

Der Nvi­dia GeFor­ce-Game-Rea­dy-Trei­ber für Win­dows ist in einer neu­en Ver­si­on erschie­nen. Er unter­stützt alle Nvi­dia-Kar­ten seit der GeFor­ce 600er, über die GeFor­ce 700er, die GeFor­ce 900er, die GeFor­ce 10xx, die GeFor­ce 16xx, die RTX 20xx und bis hin zur aktu­el­len GeFor­ce RTX 30xx Serie, sowie alle Kar­ten der Titan-Serie. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »