Nvidia’s Q2 earnings surged by a remarkable 101% YoY, reaching $13.5 billion, propelled by surging demand for its GPU chips powering AI workloads and language models. The data center sector saw a threefold YoY revenue increase, largely attributed to cloud providers and internet giants using Nvidia’s HGX platform. While comparisons to past high-growth tech stocks arise, Nvidia’s deep presence in data centers and its alignment with long-term trends, such as accelerated computing and generative AI, set it apart. CEO Jensen Huang believes this transformation is not a short-term trend but a long-term industry shift, indicating potential sustainability beyond immediate gains. However, historical patterns caution that maintaining such rapid expansion can be challenging.