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Nvidia’s Q1 FY20 results

Nvidia’s Q1 FY20 results

$2.2 billion in sales, $394 million profit; down 31 % from last quarter. Nvidia reported revenue from some platforms—Gaming and Automotive, the revenue up; while Data center, Professional Visualization, and OEM saw a decline quarter-to-quarter. The company’s GPU business revenue was $2.02 billion, down 27% from a year earlier and up 2% sequentially. “NVIDIA is […]

By May 21, 2019 Read More →
Intel Q1 2019 results

Intel Q1 2019 results

Revenue for the quarter was down -14% from last quarter to $16.1 billion, GAAP profit was $4 billion, down -23% from the last quarter.

AMD Q1 2019 results

AMD Q1 2019 results

Revenue for the quarter was down -10.5% from last quarter to $1.3 billion, GAAP profit was $20 million, down -23% from last quarter.

Trimble raises revenues and margins at the end of 2018

Trimble raises revenues and margins at the end of 2018

The company closes out 2018 with new products and running room for growth.

Jon Peddie Research’s Market Watch reports GPU shipments down in Q4’18 from last quarter

Jon Peddie Research’s Market Watch reports GPU shipments down in Q4’18 from last quarter

The PC GPU market decreased year-to-year by (3.3)%, sequentially GPU shipments decreased (2.6)%.

Nvidia’s Q4 FY19 results

Nvidia’s Q4 FY19 results

$2.1 billion in sales, $567 million profit-down 54% from last quarter.

By February 19, 2019 Read More →
AMD Q4 2018 results

AMD Q4 2018 results

Great but not great quarter, $1.4 billion in sales, $380 million GAAP profit for the quarter, sales and profit up from last year.

By February 4, 2019 Read More →
Intel Q4 2018 results—announces CEO appointment

Intel Q4 2018 results—announces CEO appointment

Revenue for the quarter was down -2.6% from last quarter to $18.7 billion, GAAP profit was $5.2 billion, down 18.7% from last quarter.

By February 1, 2019 Read More →
The workstation market in Q3’18: Economic conditions and demand drive the market to record levels

The workstation market in Q3’18: Economic conditions and demand drive the market to record levels

Vendors are justifiably more confident to hang their hats on the workstation market than most other PC-related markets. And for good reason, the workstation does not suffer (at least not to a substantial degree) from the forces that have been dragging on the mainstream PC market as of late, namely lagging replacement cycles due to reaching “good […]

By December 14, 2018 Read More →
Autodesk hits its marks

Autodesk hits its marks

Company reports increased ARR and promises continued growth.

By December 13, 2018 Read More →