- ゲームは物語を今、NVIDIA 社の未来ですがデータ センター|Gaming Is the Story Now, But Data Centers Are the Future for NVIDIA Corporation
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NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) made 58% of its total revenue from its gaming segment in 2016. The company’s graphics processing units (GPUs) not only bring in the vast majority of NVIDIA’s revenues, but they also are the leading GPU in desktops, taking up just over 70% of all discrete desktop GPU market share and leaving rival Advanced Micro Devices with the rest. Gaming is clearly NVIDIA’s bread and butter right now, but investors might want to look at the company’s data-center business if they want to peek into the company’s future. NVIDIA’s fiscal fourth-quarter 2017 data center revenue was just $296 million, representing about 22% of total sales. That’s not a lot compared with NVIDIA’s gaming revenue, but don’t count it out just yet.