The next generation of compute hardware should be a lot more secure


AMD, Google, Microsoft, and NVIDIA have collaborated with the Linux Foundation and the Open Compute Project (OCP) Foundation to introduce Caliptra, a re-usable silicon level IP block, which can be a, “scalable and standards-based solution for the benefit of the entire industry”.

Caliptra is the group’s new open specification for a silicon Root-of-Trust (ROT) to be used with future CPUs / SoCs, GPUs, NICs, SSDs, and other hardware components.



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