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AMD Flexes ARM to Enhance Hardware Security

June 13, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

AMD is teaming up with ARM to use the latter’s TrustZone technology in its products. TrustZone is a system-wide approach to security that’s integrated into the ARM Cortex-A processor family. A consistent hardware-based security architecture and implementation can decrease software development costs and ultimately provide more robust security, said AMD’s Mike Wolfe.

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