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The Financial Results Thread

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, May 13, 2016.

  1. Kaapstad

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    AMD 2018












    AMD 2017












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    AMD 2015

     
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  6. Kaapstad

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    Intel 2015
     
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  7. DarrenM343

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    Nice. I was tempted to make a fun post yesterday, like an opinion poll on whether it would be good news or bad, and what related share price action would occur.
    I would have wrong. I thought the profits would have been good but with a less positive outlook in the near term leading to a drop in share price of around 5%.......it went up over 7% in overnight trading.
     
  8. Pottsey

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    Well that’s a terrible start to the year for NVidia. Gaming down 15%, Professional Visualization down 7%, GPU Business down 8%. Revenue, operating income and net income all down for Q1 this year over Q1 last year. Was that 16million on legal settlement costs just for Advanced Silicon Technologies LLC not Samsung. More to come then. Mobile seems to have all but vanished. I guess NVidia has given up on that. Not given up on Tegra just mobile.

    Last year was very good and I expect the rest of this year will be better due to the new line of chips. But the start of 2016 that’s a very poor showing. Didn't expect it to be that bad, still the new line of GPU's will help recover that.
     
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    Considering the timing, it is something to do with people holding back from making new purchase because they knew new gen is coming and waiting for it may be?
     
  10. Pottsey

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    For the GPU business line yes I believe that’s the case and I expect the GPU business to recover and turn into a growth before the end of the year. But the other lines dropped and those are not related to people holding back. I didn't expect those lines to drop as much as they did. The results are not really anything to worry about just worst then I expected.
     
  11. andybird123

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    revenue and earnings are all up on the same quarter last year... :/
    it even says so on the graph in the last column
     
  12. DarrenM343

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    And market liking the news - up over 12% at the moment.
     
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    I got confused, that will teach me for reading reports within 20mins of getting out of bed. This morning I read Q/Q as quarterly 1, 2016 against quarterly 1 2017. But it’s not Q/Q means Q1 17 compared to Q4 FY16.

    So I was mistaken and retract what I said. Apart from mobile which is as bad as expected this is a very good result and is only going to get better once the new lines come out.
     
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    nVidia, not run by morons ;) :D
     
  15. PhysicsMan94

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    Nvidia's share price has absolutely sky-rocketed today!
     
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    Business-wise, can't help but clap for them. They know how to work it.
     
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    Could a Don rename this thread as

    "The Financial Results Thread"

    Thanks.:)
     
  19. DarrenM343

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    AMD shareprice up 7.28% in after hours trading.

    Any bets of where Nvidia are going to come? Results due soon I think. I'm expecting good things again.
     
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    NVIDIA Announces Financial Results for Second Quarter Fiscal 2017 Thursday, August 11, 2016

    http://nvidianews.nvidia.com/news/nvidia-announces-financial-results-for-second-quarter-fiscal-2017



    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/08/11/nvidia_q2_fy2017_machine_learning/



    PCs? Eh, who needs 'em? Nvidia asks while hoovering up more cash
    Graphics chip biz talks up investments in VR and AI after record quarter
    NVidia aims to gives games power to handhelds

    11 Aug 2016 at 22:12, Shaun Nichols

    Nvidia says its last quarter set record high marks for revenues, as returns were up across the board.

    For the second quarter of fiscal 2017 – the three months to July 31 this year – the California-based GPU specialists logged:

    Revenues of $1.43bn, a 24 per cent increase over last year's $1.15bn.
    Net income of $253m was up 873 per cent over $26m in Q2 fiscal 2016, when the company took big hits to its bottom line thanks to write-downs and restructuring costs.
    Earnings per share of 40 cents topped analyst estimates of 37 cents.
    Gaming hardware revenue of $781m was up 18 per cent on the year.
    Professional systems revenue of $214m, up 22 per cent on Q2 fiscal 2016.
    Data center hardware revenue of $151m was more than double the year-ago quarter's return, a gain Nvidia credits to growth in supercomputing and hyperscale system sales.
    Automotive unit revenues were $119m, up 68 per cent year-over-year.


    Sales of graphics chipsets for PCs and workstations remain strong. Having said that, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang talked up the growth in the new markets as an area that will begin to pay off on Nvidia's bottom line over the coming months. In particular, there is a demand for GPUs that accelerate machine-learning applications in servers and internet-connected gadgets, and Nv has been heavily touting kit for those systems.

    "We are more excited than ever about the impact of deep learning and AI, which will touch every industry and market. We have made significant investments over the past five years to evolve our entire GPU computing stack for deep learning," Huang said.

    "Now we are well positioned to partner with researchers and developers all over the world to democratize this powerful technology and invent its future."

    Analysts are sharing Huang's optimism for growth, particularly in the data center and hyperscale computing markets that use Nvidia GPUs to accelerate AI and scientific workloads.

    "All these hyperscale guys that are pursuing machine learning are using GPUs to do that," Gartner research vice president Mark Hung told us. He thinks that Nvidia could find itself with enough of a push in those markets to take on Chipzilla itself.

    "Nvidia has succeeded in taking a different approach to other ARM vendors, by not taking Intel on heads on, but really making their GPUs much more effective for these new machine learning algorithms."

    Nvidia shares were up three per cent after hours at $61.49. ®