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Intel, DMI Form Security Computer Tech Partnership; Jay Sunny Bajaj Comments

Intel, DMI Form Security Computer Tech Partnership; Jay Sunny Bajaj Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Intel, DMI Form Security Computer Tech Partnership; Jay Sunny Bajaj Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting eventIntel and Digital Management Inc. will partner to develop new trusted computing technologies that could potentially bring new security products and services to the market, DMI announced Monday.

DMI has worked with the Defense Department and Air Force for the last four years to architect a future trusted computing framework and has also worked with several commercial hardware and software vendors on how to implement the technology in their products.

Goals of DMI’s partnership with Intel are to solve real-world challenges across platforms and around the globe, said DMI President and CEO Jay Sunny Bajaj.

DMI is a member of the Trusted Computing Group, which works to define trusted computing standards, and DMI personnel also chair the TPM Work Group, the Trusted Mobility Solutions Work Group and the Embedded Systems Hardcopy Sub Group.

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