NVIDIA Corporation’s (NVDA) market cap breaks the $1 trillion barrier, fueled by exceptional earnings and an AI Supercomputer venture.
In an impressive development, NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) has seen its shares continue to rise on Tuesday, surpassing the $1 trillion market cap milestone. This surge comes on the heels of the chipmaker’s remarkable first-quarter earnings and its announcement of building a cutting-edge AI-powered supercomputer project for the Israeli government.
During the recent Computex computer conference in Taiwan, CEO Jensen Huang made exciting revelations. He introduced a range of new AI-related products, including the DGX GH200 supercomputing platform. This innovative technology enables tech companies to develop their own scaled-up versions of OpenAI’s popular ChatGPT.
Furthermore, NVIDIA disclosed its collaboration with WPP plc, the world’s largest advertising company based in Britain. This partnership aims to enhance background character designs in various upcoming releases, through the introduction of ACE Games.
The impressive financial performance of NVIDIA cannot be ignored. Having already added almost $185 billion in market value last week, the stock continued its upward trajectory, surging 5.8% to just under $412. As a result, the year-to-date gain for NVIDIA stands at an impressive 182%, a testament to its incredible growth.
Following its remarkable first-quarter performance, NVIDIA’s market value soared by nearly $185 billion last week. Currently, the stock is trading 2.99% higher at the price of $401.11, further contributing to its year-to-date gain of approximately 182%.