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US chipmaker Nvidia’s revenue continues to soar amid AI boom

By France24
23 February 2024   |   12:23 pm
California-based chipmaker Nvidia showed with its latest earnings call that there is still room to grow, with revenue for the last quarter of 2023 surging 265 percent over the year to $22 billion and forecast to keep rising. In this edition of Business Daily, we take a look what Nvidia's success has been built on, and the potential challenges it could face moving forward.

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