Graphics-chip maker Nvidia said its second-quarter revenue jumped 68% from the same period a year ago, largely because of record performances of its gaming, data center and professional visualization products.
- Revenue was $6.5 billion for the quarter, the company said in its earnings release Wednesday, an net income almost quadrupled to $2.37 billion from a year earlier.
- Revenue from its data center and professional visualization platforms rose 35% and 156% respectively from the second quarter a year ago, while its gaming revenue increased 85%.
- The company's share price fell 2.2% on Wednesday to $190.40.
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