Wednesday, May 25th 2022

NVIDIA Announces Financial Results for First Quarter Fiscal 2023

NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) today reported record revenue for the first quarter ended May 1, 2022, of $8.29 billion, up 46% from a year ago and up 8% from the previous quarter, with record revenue in Data Center and Gaming. GAAP earnings per diluted share for the quarter were $0.64, down 16% from a year ago and down 46% from the previous quarter, and include an after-tax impact of $0.52 related to the $1.35 billion Arm acquisition termination charge. Non-GAAP earnings per diluted share were $1.36, up 49% from a year ago and up 3% from the previous quarter.

"We delivered record results in Data Center and Gaming against the backdrop of a challenging macro environment," said Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of NVIDIA. "The effectiveness of deep learning to automate intelligence is driving companies across industries to adopt NVIDIA for AI computing. Data Center has become our largest platform, even as Gaming achieved a record quarter.
"We are gearing up for the largest wave of new products in our history with new GPU, CPU, DPU and robotics processors ramping in the second half. Our new chips and systems will greatly advance AI, graphics, Omniverse, self-driving cars and robotics, as well as the many industries these technologies impact," he said.

During the first quarter of fiscal 2023, NVIDIA returned to shareholders $2.10 billion in share repurchases and cash dividends.

On May 23, 2022, the board of directors increased and extended the company's share repurchase program to repurchase additional common stock up to a total of $15 billion through December 2023.

NVIDIA will pay its next quarterly cash dividend of $0.04 per share on July 1, 2022, to all shareholders of record on June 9, 2022.


NVIDIA's outlook for the second quarter of fiscal 2023 is as follows:
  • Revenue is expected to be $8.10 billion, plus or minus 2%. This includes an estimated reduction of approximately $500 million relating to Russia and the COVID lockdowns in China.
  • GAAP and non-GAAP gross margins are expected to be 65.1% and 67.1%, respectively, plus or minus 50 basis points.
  • GAAP and non-GAAP operating expenses are expected to be approximately $2.46 billion and $1.75 billion, respectively.
  • GAAP and non-GAAP other income and expense are expected to be an expense of approximately $40 million, excluding gains and losses from non-affiliated investments.
  • GAAP and non-GAAP tax rates are expected to be 12.5%, plus or minus 1%, excluding any discrete items.
NVIDIA achieved progress since its previous earnings announcement in these areas:

Data Center
  • First-quarter revenue was a record $3.75 billion, up 83% from a year ago and up 15% from the previous quarter.
  • Announced the NVIDIA Hopper GPU architecture, delivering an order of magnitude performance leap over its predecessor; the NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPU, the first Hopper-based GPU, featuring 80 billion transistors; and the NVIDIA DGX H100 system, the fourth generation of this purpose-built AI infrastructure.
  • Announced the Arm -based NVIDIA Grace CPU Superchip with two CPU chips connected coherently over NVLink -C2C, a new high-speed, low-latency chip-to-chip interconnect.
  • Announced that Taiwan's leading computer makers are set to release the first wave of systems powered by NVIDIA's Grace Hopper and Grace CPU Superchips, on track to launch in the first half of 2023.
  • Unveiled NVIDIA Spectrum -4, the world's first 400 Gbps end-to-end networking platform, enabling the extreme performance and robust security needed for data center infrastructure at scale.
  • Announced major updates to NVIDIA AI—which includes enterprise-ready software for advancing speech, recommender systems, hyperscale inference and more—as well as the new NVIDIA AI Accelerated program, to help ensure performance and reliability of AI applications from NVIDIA's partners.
  • Announced NVIDIA OVX—a dedicated, scalable server reference design for creating industrial digital twins in Omniverse—combining high-performance GPU-accelerated compute, graphics and AI with high-speed storage access, low-latency networking and precision timing.
  • Unveiled 60+ updates to the NVIDIA CUDA-X collection of libraries, tools and technologies across a broad range of disciplines.
  • Unveiled NVIDIA Clara Holoscan MGX, a platform for the medical-device industry to develop and deploy real-time AI applications at the edge, designed to meet required regulatory standards.
  • Collaborated with Microsoft Azure to preview a scaled virtualized cloud offering using NVIDIA vGPU software and the NVIDIA A10 Tensor Core GPU.
  • Announced a strategic collaboration with The Kroger Co. to reimagine the shopping experience using AI-enabled applications and services.
  • Teamed with UF Health, the University of Florida's academic health center, to develop a neural network that generates synthetic clinical data.
  • First-quarter revenue was a record $3.62 billion, up 31% from a year ago and up 6% from the previous quarter.
  • Introduced the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, the fastest-ever consumer GPU.
  • Announced 15 new game titles optimized for NVIDIA RTX—including Dying Light 2 Stay Human, Ghostwire: Tokyo and Shadow Warrior 3—bringing the total to over 250 games and applications.
  • Announced that gamers can now access RTX 3080-class streaming with GeForce NOW monthly subscription plans.
  • Expanded the GeForce NOW library with over 100 games—including Lost Ark, Need for Speed: Heat and Life is Strange: Remastered—bringing the total to over 1,300.
  • Launched Fortnite on GeForce NOW with touch controls for mobile devices, streaming through the Safari web browser on iOS and the GeForce NOW Android app.
Professional Visualization
  • First-quarter revenue was $622 million, up 67% from a year ago and down 3% from the previous quarter.
  • Added new NVIDIA Ampere architecture RTX GPUs for workstations, widening access to AI and ray tracing technology.
  • Announced the Omniverse Cloud service for instant access to NVIDIA Omniverse—including by millions of Mac and Chromebook users—enabling the collaborative editing of large 3D scenes from anywhere when available next year.
  • Announced that Amazon Robotics is building AI-enabled digital twins of its warehouses, using Omniverse Enterprise, to optimize warehouse design and train more intelligent robotic solutions.
Automotive and Robotics
  • First-quarter Automotive revenue was $138 million, down 10% from a year ago and up 10% from the previous quarter.
  • Started production of the NVIDIA DRIVE Orin autonomous vehicle computer, which has been chosen by over 35 automakers, truck makers and robotaxi companies.
  • Announced wins with Lucid Motors and BYD, bringing its automotive design-win pipeline to over $11 billion over the next six years.
  • Introduced NVIDIA DRIVE Map, a multimodal mapping platform—based in part on DeepMap survey mapping technology—designed to enable the highest levels of autonomy while improving safety.
  • Set records in AI inference with NVIDIA Orin in its MLPerf benchmark debut, running up to 5x faster than its predecessor with an average of 2x better energy efficiency.
  • Announced availability of the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin developer kit, with production modules shipping in July, and Isaac Nova Orin, a state-of-the-art AI compute and sensor reference platform built to accelerate development of autonomous mobile robots.
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5 Comments on NVIDIA Announces Financial Results for First Quarter Fiscal 2023

Still not a word about crypto, huh?
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ChomiqStill not a word about crypto, huh?
It'll be a big slam on their own faces, so why bother? Worst case is they'll be fined like this time but it doesn't hurt at all.
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Same old story for just about every corp since dawn of covid……..Record Profits!!!!!

Just wait till the quarter anyone doesn’t make record profits and watch the wolves of wallstreet drop the stock value Netflix style.

and to everyone that bought a price gouging card…..suckas lol
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46% profit increase which (partially) caused %50 inflation in the world , due to high demand on oil, which is the main fuel that is used in crypto currency mining process, high demand on chips, (same as previous) and also the highly inflated money that earned from this and increased demand on everything therefore increased the price of everything, (real estate, rents, vehicle, transportation and everything)
Still some miners here will defend mining because they think they earn (100-200$), and they are still not aware that not only them, but aost everybody in the world has been paying a lot lot more than that amount .
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ChomiqStill not a word about crypto, huh?
There are, just not in this press release.
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