MarketWatch tech editor Jeremy C. Owens quoted Huang as saying "Our GPUs are immune, they are not affected by these security issues," and that the company has the software to patch any central processing unit vulnerability. Nvidia is a holding in Jim Cramer's Action Alerts Plus investor club.
Huang's comments are in response to multiple reports that the company's graphics chip processors were vulnerable a chipset flaw named Spectre that was discovered last week.
The company released software security patches for the affected chipsets. The company also said in a blog post that it had no reason to believe that its GPUs were vulnerable. Only its CPUs were affected
Huang said that reports to the contrary are "incorrectly reported," according to Owens.
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