Infineon chips in with Xbox 360 security part

Tuesday, 30 August 2005, 3:16 PM EST

Infineon will provide memory chips and a wireless controller for Microsoft's Xbox 360 console, the two companies both said yesterday, but it's the "advanced security chip" it will also produce that will cause more controversy.

Infineon said the security chip was "a custom implementation of Infineonís proven authentication technology".

By Tony Smith at The Register.

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