NVIDIA has reported its financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal 2005, which ended on January 30 of this year. In the fourth quarter, revenues rose nearly 20% and net income almost doubled over the same period last year. For fiscal 2005 as a whole, revenues rose 10% and net income increased by 35% over fiscal 2004.
The financial results press release also indicates that NVIDIA has shipped more than one million nForce4 chipsets since December of last year. According to Mercury Research, nForce chipsets have carved out 48% of the "AMD64" segment, although it's unclear whether that AMD64 segment includes Opteron-based systems.
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