Visual computing is increasingly important to more and more markets. It's creating demand for GPUs and opening up large opportunities. The proof can be seen in the proliferation of Tegra into new verticals like automotive and set-top boxes, in our all-time high Quadro and Tesla revenues, and in the record number of customer trials for our GRID datacenter initiative. At a time when many are struggling with the decline in the mainstream PC market, our visual computing leadership has positioned us well to grow with the accelerating adoption of GPUs in the cloud and the world of connected devices.
For the fourth quarter, Wall Street is expecting Nvidia to return with earnings of approximately 22 cents per share on a revenue of $1.08 billion.
But Nvidia only offered guidance of $1.05 billion in revenue, plus or minus two percent.