« He said that AMD's SEM (secure extension mode) takes advantage of X86 extensions it has developed, including features like memory isolation. SEM is AMD proprietary but there are interconnects between it and the Trusted Computing Group's other work.
Support for secure initialisation of machines requires the CPU, the chipset and the TPM (trusted platform module) to work in sync.
He said: "While there are several uses for the TPM, the true benefit is when there is a trusted operating system. I'm not in a position to comment on that OS". »
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