National Semiconductor launches new security co-processor.
Analogue and digital technology company National Semiconductor Corp has launched a security co-processor for securing data, authenticating users and checking hardware status.
SafeKeeper PC21100 trusted platform module (TPM) provides protected storage of cyrptographic and sensitive data, authenticates a host computer device by verifying its identity to other computing devices and supplies metrics for a reliable and trusted network environment, according to the company. In addition, it is hardware-based and so immune from attacks that target conventional software-only solutions.
SafeKeeper PC21100 TPM is available now in 1,000 unit quantities for USD11.75.
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|Title Annotation:||SafeKeeper PC21100|
|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
|Article Type:||Product Announcement|
|Date:||Feb 28, 2002|
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