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Nvidia informa las ventas de cripto del primer trimestre, espera una caída de dos tercios en el segundo trimestre

Nvidia informa las ventas de cripto del primer trimestre, espera una caída de dos tercios en el segundo trimestre

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Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA), un fabricante estadounidense de unidades de procesamiento de gráficos (GPU), informó recientemente que la compañía generó $289 millones de ventas de procesadores al mercado de criptomonedas, Bloomberg informa el 10 de mayo.
Según se informa, esta es la primera vez que Nvidia comparte información con respecto a sus ingresos por ventas de chips en el mercado de mineria de criptomonedas. Según el analista de Susquehanna, Christopher Rolland, las ventas de Nvidia en ..

New Player Asrock Said to Enter the GPU Mining Market

New Player Asrock Said to Enter the GPU Mining Market

Another major hardware producer may venture into the GPU market very soon. Motherboard manufacturer Asrock is reportedly going to offer new products for cryptocurrency mining in April. Currently, the company enjoys strong demand from crypto miners for its motherboards. Mining equipment shipments boosted its sales in 2017.
Also read: GPU Producers Fear Drop in Demand from Crypto Miners
Asrock May Offer Miners an Alternative Hardware manufacturer Asrock is reportedly planning to enter the video cards market as soon as next month. The company may introduce its own graphics processing unit (GPU) based on AMD chips, according to Techpowerup. These can be used in cryptocurrency mining applications. Radeon processors are considered very efficient at mining some popular cryptocurrencies. The GPUs are mainly utilized in rigs processing transactions for altcoins like ethereum and monero.
If the mining sector maintains its momentum, the company’s earnings per share may return to $0.31 USD in ..

GPU Producers Fear Drop in Demand from Crypto Miners

GPU Producers Fear Drop in Demand from Crypto Miners

Reports concerning major manufacturers of graphics processing hardware have indicated expectations of decreasing demand in the cryptocurrency mining sector. Nvidia is unlikely to unveil new video cards in the coming months, while AMD has shared concerns of dropping GPU sales in 2018, blaming the crypto market and regulatory risks.
Also read: Report: Crypto Miners Bought 3 Million GPUs Last Year
New GPU Launch Pushed Back Several tech publications have suggested a launch of new product lines by Nvidia. The expectations were focused on the upcoming Game Developers Conference and GPU Technology Conference in March. The latest information, however, indicates the company may have changed its plans. New GPU announcements are now expected in July at the earliest.
Previously, it has been rumored that Nvidia may reveal a new card for crypto mining applications. The dedicated unit was reportedly codenamed “Turing” after the British computer scientist and cryptanalyst Alan Turing. Now, it tur..

Report: Crypto Miners Bought 3 Million GPUs Last Year

Report: Crypto Miners Bought 3 Million GPUs Last Year

More than 3 million graphics cards have been sold to cryptocurrency miners in 2017, with sales reaching $776 million, a new report revealed. According to a major manufacturer, prices of GPUs will continue to increase in 2018, despite expectations of decreasing demand in the mining sector.
Also read: AMD Increases GPU Production to Match Crypto Mining Demand
Rising Mining Costs to Slow Down Demand Over three million Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) have been sold to cryptocurrency miners last year, Jon Peddie Research announced in its latest report. The total sales of video cards have reached $776 million, according to the market research firm, which does not expect prices to go down in the near future.
The study covers data from the top three producers of GPUs – AMD, Nvidia and Intel. Recently, Advanced Micro Devices acknowledged shortages of its Radeon cards because of their use in mining applications. The company plans to increase their production, as news.Bitcoin.com reported.
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Compañía minera china, Bitmain, muestra mayores beneficios en el 2017 que la gigante de las GPU estadounidense Nvidia, según un informe

Compañía minera china, Bitmain, muestra mayores beneficios en el 2017 que la gigante de las GPU estadounidense Nvidia, según un informe

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Según los informes, la gigante china del hardware de minería, Bitmain, obtuvo mayores beneficios en el 2017 que el fabricante estadounidense de unidades de procesamiento de gráficos (GPU), Nvidia, informó la CNBC el 23 de febrero.
CNBC escribe que, según un informe publicado el 21 de febrero por la compañía de investigación de inversiones Bernstein, Bitmain, de cuatro años, obtuvo entre $3 y $4 mil millones en ganancias operativas en el 2017, mientras que Nvidia, fundada hace 24 años, ganó..

Bitmain Made a Profit of up to $4 Billion Last Year

Bitmain Made a Profit of up to $4 Billion Last Year

The wealth of bitcoin mining titan Bitmain has long been assumed to be north of “huge”. Thanks to its near-monopolization of the ASIC manufacturing business, Bitmain has effectively had a license to print money. This week, Bernstein analysts released a report into Bitmain’s operations. It estimates the Chinese firm to have made $3-$4 billion last year from mining cryptocurrency and for selling the equipment for others to do the same.
Also read: Montana Scores $250 Million Bitcoin Mining Campus
Big Bucks for Bitmain Ask any serious cryptocurrency miner what brand of ASIC they use and you’ll be greeted by the same two-syllable reply. Bitmain isn’t just the main player in the mining game – it’s pretty much the only one for miners seeking to make a living from their trade. Bitmain is a controversial company for a number of reasons, including its dominance of the bitcoin mining game, which goes against the principles of decentralization. Its mining units are prized, however, for their rob..

GPU Shortage Hinders Scientific Research – Cryptocurrency Miners Blamed

GPU Shortage Hinders Scientific Research – Cryptocurrency Miners Blamed

After gamers, scientists have now raised the alarm about the deficit of video cards caused by excessive demand in the crypto mining industry. Researchers trying to pick up radio signals from stars and extraterrestrials say they need more of the latest GPU chips for their data processing equipment. According to media reports, a leading manufacturer may soon offer a graphics card dedicated for mining to mitigate shortages.
Also read: AMD Increases GPU Production to Match Crypto Mining Demand
Efforts to Eavesdrop on ETs Impeded Radio-astronomers working on SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) projects said they need more GPUs to upgrade their equipment. The scientists want to expand operations at two observatories but cannot find enough of the new powerful chips, BBC reported. Some telescopes need about 100 graphics cards to process data from large listening arrays. They are used to detect signals from space, some of which may be emitted by other civilizations.
Demand for g..

Cryptocurrency Mining Demand Exceeded the Expectations of Nvidia in Q4

Cryptocurrency Mining Demand Exceeded the Expectations of Nvidia in Q4

Bitcoin and cryptocurrency mining have provided a consistent and growing market for the computer hardware manufacturers that produce the relevant chips for each segment. The main player on the GPU side (in contrast to ASIC mining) in 2017 was Nvidia, but even it could not anticipate the strong demand from miners as the year progressed.
Also Read: Nvidia Tries to Limit GPU Sales to Cryptocurrency Miners
Mining Boosts Earnings Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA), the graphics processing unit (GPU) manufacturer, has reported a record revenue for the fourth quarter (which ended January 28, 2018) of $2.91 billion, up 34 percent from $2.17 billion a year earlier. The company achieved this peak financial performance, at least in part, thanks to strong demand from cryptocurrency miners which buy its graphics cards in bulk.
“We achieved another record quarter, capping an excellent year,” said Jensen Huang, founder and chief executive officer of Nvidia. “In a powerful sign of our progress, atte..