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On August 19, according to foreign media reports, Nvidia released its financial report for the second fiscal quarter of fiscal year 2022 as of August 1 on Wednesday, local time, setting record revenues in games, data centers, and professional visualization platforms. Driven by this, Nvidia’s revenue in this quarter reached a record high of US$6.507 billion, a year-on-year increase of 68% and a month-on-month increase of 15%.
Among the five sources of revenue disclosed in Nvidia’s financial report, the data center business is the second largest source of revenue after the game business. Revenue in this quarter increased to US$2.366 billion, higher than the same period of the previous fiscal year. US$1.752 billion was also higher than the US$2.048 billion in the previous fiscal quarter and maintained growth year-on-year.
The second fiscal quarter continued to grow compared to the previous quarter, which means that Nvidia’s data center business revenue is continuously setting new highs and has maintained growth for 9 consecutive fiscal quarters.
Nvidia’s data center business’s quarterly revenue fell last time compared to the previous quarter, and it was in the first quarter of fiscal year 2020, falling from US$677 million in the fourth quarter of the previous fiscal year to US$634 million.
After the first fiscal quarter of fiscal year 2020, Nvidia’s data center business revenue continued to increase quarter-on-quarter, exceeding $1 billion in the first fiscal quarter of fiscal 2021 for the first time, and exceeding $2 billion in the first fiscal quarter of fiscal year 2022. US dollars.
With the increasing importance of big data and cloud computing and the increasing number of data centers, Nvidia’s data center business revenue is also expected to continue to increase as a result.