NVIDIA this week delivered a record fourth-quarter report and jumped 41% year-on-year. In the interview, CEO Huang Renxun said the company’s gaming business remains strong and outstanding. He first credits RTX graphics, which supports real-time ray tracing, and Mr Huang revealed that there are already 30 games supporting light-tracing, 11 of which are on sale.
The second thanks to the growth of the gaming notebook and the Nintendo Switch. Lao Huang even believes that these two business modules make NVIDIA’s revenue even gradually take on seasonal characteristics.
Generally speaking, Q3, Q4 is the traditional peak season, mainly summer, back to school season, 618, double 11, Thanksgiving / Christmas season and other factors, and the second and third quarters are also the factory horsepower full production of the golden period.
According to Nintendo, Switch, which features nVIDIA Tegra X1 processors, has sold more than 52 million units worldwide, and President Junichiro Tanaka says Switch will take at least four more years to sell.