NVIDIA EBITDA 2010-2023 | NVDA

NVIDIA annual and quarterly EBITDA history from 2010 to 2023. EBITDA can be defined as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.
  • NVIDIA EBITDA for the quarter ending July 31, 2023 was $7.165B, a 716.99% increase year-over-year.
  • NVIDIA EBITDA for the twelve months ending July 31, 2023 was $12.378B, a 32.71% increase year-over-year.
  • NVIDIA 2023 annual EBITDA was $5.768B, a 48.57% decline from 2022.
  • NVIDIA 2022 annual EBITDA was $11.215B, a 99.2% increase from 2021.
  • NVIDIA 2021 annual EBITDA was $5.63B, a 74.47% increase from 2020.
NVIDIA Annual EBITDA
(Millions of US $)
2023 $5,768
2022 $11,215
2021 $5,630
2020 $3,227
2019 $4,066
2018 $3,409
2017 $2,121
2016 $973
2015 $1,007
2014 $740
2013 $874
2012 $853
2011 $443
2010 $98
2009 $114
NVIDIA Quarterly EBITDA
(Millions of US $)
2023-07-31 $7,165
2023-04-30 $2,524
2023-01-31 $1,682
2022-10-31 $1,007
2022-07-31 $877
2022-04-30 $2,202
2022-01-31 $3,279
2021-10-31 $2,969
2021-07-31 $2,730
2021-04-30 $2,237
2021-01-31 $1,795
2020-10-31 $1,697
2020-07-31 $1,055
2020-04-30 $1,083
2020-01-31 $1,096
2019-10-31 $1,019
2019-07-31 $663
2019-04-30 $449
2019-01-31 $372
2018-10-31 $1,126
2018-07-31 $1,216
2018-04-30 $1,352
2018-01-31 $1,127
2017-10-31 $944
2017-07-31 $737
2017-04-30 $601
2017-01-31 $760
2016-10-31 $693
2016-07-31 $370
2016-04-30 $298
2016-01-31 $303
2015-10-31 $301
2015-07-31 $132
2015-04-30 $237
2015-01-31 $293
2014-10-31 $275
2014-07-31 $226
2014-04-30 $213
2014-01-31 $226
2013-10-31 $204
2013-07-31 $167
2013-04-30 $143
2013-01-31 $242
2012-10-31 $309
2012-07-31 $196
2012-04-30 $127
2012-01-31 $174
2011-10-31 $249
2011-07-31 $226
2011-04-30 $203
2011-01-31 $226
2010-10-31 $151
2010-07-31 $-129
2010-04-30 $195
2010-01-31 $182
2009-10-31 $157
2009-07-31 $-61
2009-04-30 $-180
2009-01-31 $-127
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Computer and Technology Semiconductor - General $1245.102B $26.974B
NVIDIA Corporation is the worldwide leader in visual computing technologies and the inventor of the graphic processing unit, or GPU. Over the years, the company's focus has evolved from PC graphics to artificial intelligence (AI) based solutions that now support high performance computing (HPC), gaming and virtual reality (VR) platforms.NVIDIA's GPU success can be attributed to its parallel processing capabilities supported by thousands of computing cores, which are necessary to run deep learning algorithms. The company's GPU platforms are playing a major role in developing multi-billion-dollar end-markets like robotics and self-driving vehicles.NVIDIA is a dominant name in the Data Center, professional visualization and gaming markets where Intel and Advanced Micro Devices are playing a catch-up role. The company's partnership with almost all major cloud service providers (CSPs) and server vendors is a key catalyst.
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