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Eurocom Offers “Trusted Platform Module” in its Systems

Eurocom offers Trusted Platform Modules 1.2 (TPM) throughout its line of notebooks, mobile workstations and all-in-one desktops.

Computers from Eurocom with TPM provides higher assurance security solutions from present and future threats, the company states. The variety of size, mobility and capability of these systems allows for customers to select a security system and device that best suits their needs.

The TPM platform ensures that digital certificates, passwords and keys are made secure, according tot he company. Eurocom has also integrated biometric fingerprint readers and the Kensington Lock Slot into TPM to prevent unauthorized system access or theft.

Eurocom systems with a TPM include:

  • Mobile Server: Panther 5SE
  • Mobile Workstations: Racer 3W, Scorpious 3 and Panther
  • Notebooks: Monster, Electra 2 and Armadillo
  • Gaming Laptops: M3, M4, X3, X5 and X7
  • All-In-One Desktop: Uno 3

“Many of our customers utilize their Eurocom equipment for engineering, design, software development and other activities that involve valuable intellectual property information.  Due to this, we feel the need to provide them with the utmost in secure computing to keep their information and livelihood safe and secure,” said Mark Bialic, Eurocom president.

For more information, visit Eurocom.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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