Intel, Lockheed Unveil Hardware-Based Security Platform

Lockheed Martin and Intel have jointly developed a new virtualization platform designed to help customers avoid cyber attacks by isolating crucial data and protecting shared resources.

The Intel Select Solution for Hardened Security is based on the Xeon Scalable processor and works to secure devices, cores, memory and cache, Lockheed said Tuesday.

Glenn Kuller, vice president of advanced programs at Lockheed's missiles and fire control division, said the partnership combines the security and computing technology experience of the two companies.

The offering will soon be included in Supermicro, HPE and Mercury Systems products.

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