I/O devices are trusted with PC security

Wednesday, 22 September 2004, 11:18 AM EST

Two new SafeKeeper Trusted Input/Output (I/O) devices are designed to embed security into desktop and notebook computer motherboards. These devices allow PC manufacturers to protect their customers' computer systems from hackers and viruses.

IBM is the first manufacturer to equip selected models of its desktop computers with National Semiconductor's SafeKeeper Trusted I/O devices.

At Electronics Talk.

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