NVIDIA bounces back from poor quarter three earnings to go back into the black.
Quadro and Tesla products have been the main money-makers this last quarter as NVIDIA posted results of its last quarter finances.
— NVIDIA(R) GPU revenue was up 22 percent quarter on quarter. Within that, desktop GPU revenue was up 19 percent, notebook GPU revenue was up 27 percent and Quadro(R) graphics revenue was up 25 percent.
— NVIDIA launched its next-generation Tegra(TM) chip: demonstrated Flash 10.1, Epic’s Unreal Engine 3 and 1080p HD video on tablets; and announced that Volkswagen and Audi will use next-generation Tegra starting in 2012.
— NVIDIA launched Optimus(TM) technology, a combination of software and hardware innovations for notebooks, which provides the performance of discrete graphics while still delivering great battery life. Eight models are available now, with 50 systems to be available by the summer.
A lot more information and numbers are available at NVIDIA’s site for that are interested.
It does go to show that even without a compelling new product like a new DirectX 11 card NVIDIA has been sucessful in other area’s and the PC market with its rebranding of the G92/GT200 based cards.