SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#5G—Axiado Corporation, an AI-enhanced hardware security company, plans to attend and showcase its new class of processors called the TCU™ (Trusted Control/Compute Unit) at the 2022 OCP Global Summit.
Axiado will have a video demo in the AMI booth #A14 at 2022 OCP Global Summit in San Jose, Calif., October 18-20, to highlight their latest AI security hardware aimed at delivering security management and ransomware detection for cloud data centers, 5G networks and other disaggregated compute ecosystems.
“We are excited to partner with AMI and showcase how together, our technologies are bringing about unified security and manageability solutions for cloud computing,” said Gopi Sirineni, CEO of Axiado. “Axiado’s technology is defining a new pillar of computing performance and security with an eye towards maintaining platform integrity and preemptive threat mitigation. Our TCU™ processor combined with AMI’s trusted technology platform provides customers with a fully supported, fully integrated off the shelf solution that you cannot get anywhere else.”
Members from Axiado’s executive leadership, will be available to meet with journalists and analysts during the 2022 OCP Global Summit. Those who wish to request a meeting with the company should send an email to [email protected].
Axiado Corporation is a security processor company redefining hardware root of trust with hardware-based security technologies, including per-system AI. Its solution with Secure Vault™ boot system and Secure AI™ engine eliminates breaches at the perimeter of existing cloud infrastructures, 5G base stations, networks, and IoT devices. The company was founded in San Jose, California, in 2017 with a mission to protect the users of everyday technologies from digital threats.