DGX-1 Product Change Notification

Posted on 2018/05/31

The following notification has been sent by NVIDIA and approved by Boston Labs for publication to Boston customers and partners.

NVIDIA announces the qualification and availability of a new System BIOS version 3A05 for the DGX-1 with P100 and DGX-1 with V100 (16G and 32G options). Nvidia requires that all customers qualify and update their DGX-1 Appliance with this latest firmware. This new update contains the Intel microcode update that addresses the previously announced CPU Speculative Side Channel Vulnerability CVE-2017-5715.

Effective immediately, all DGX-1 Appliances will ship with this latest update. 

Resources:

1.Intel Advisory (Intel-SA-00088)

2. CVE-2017-5715 Details

920-22787-2500-000 DGX-1 Deep Learning System with P100
920-22787-2510-000 DGX-1 Deep Learning System with V100
920-22787-2511-000 DGX-1 Deep Learning System with V100-32G

 

Customer Action:

For updating the DGX-1 Appliance BIOS follow instruction posted for Critical System BIOS firmware upgrade for all DGX-1 platforms on the NVIDIA Enterprise Support portal.

Tags: Boston Labs, NVIDIA, DGX-1, Pascal, P100, Volta, V100, Product Change Notification, Spectre, Meltdown

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