An echo of the fight against their scarcity.
The topicality of the information published in the 10-Q form on the NVIDIA website is confirmed by the fact that the results of its analysis on the pages of this section of our resource attract the attention of the Chinese media, which translate the relevant materials, and only then our bloggers reprint them, although it would be easier for the latter to refer to the original source . The following data attracted the author of these lines when studying the section of NVIDIA’s quarterly report devoted to the dynamics of changes in the cost of product inventory compared to the beginning of the fiscal year (January 30) and the end of the third quarter (October 30).
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As noted last week, since the beginning of the year, the value equivalent of NVIDIA’s inventory has grown by about 70%. The table above shows the structure of these reserves. It turns out that the main increase by almost two and a half times (up to $1.9 billion) was provided by the cost of components used in the production of NVIDIA products. Considering that in the face of a shortage of components, the company tried to keep a sufficient supply for relatively stable operation, this is natural.
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The total value of NVIDIA’s finished products also more than halved to $1.7 billion by the end of October as the company faced warehouse overstocking due to a sharp drop in demand after a long period of cryptocurrency boom, when it tried to keep up with demand. And only products in processing have changed little in value ($788 million) in the first nine months of this fiscal year.