NVIDIA is now worth 1 trillion dollars

Published: May 30th 2023, 14:30 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA hits a $1T milestone thanks to the popularity of AI

NVIDIA has reached an unprecedented milestone by achieving a market capitalization of 1 trillion dollars. This achievement not only solidifies NVIDIA’s position as a powerhouse in the tech industry but also demonstrates the increasing significance of GPUs in various sectors, including gaming, artificial intelligence (AI), and data centers.

One of the primary drivers behind NVIDIA’s monumental market cap is its dominance in the gaming industry and the growing popularity of AI. The company has built its success on gaming graphics cards, but has since moved into more profitable markets such as data-centers, AI acceleration and software development.

NVIDIA’s market cap surge is a direct result of the company’s strong presence in the AI world and data center markets. GPUs have emerged as a critical component for accelerating AI computations. This has led to the widespread adoption of NVIDIA GPUs in AI research, training, and inference. Additionally, the massive interest in generative AI has led to an increased demand for NVIDIA GPUs.

To put into perspective how much 1 trillion dollars is, that would be well over 600 million units of RTX 4090 GPUs or a wardrobe full of NVIDIA CEO’s leather jackets.

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