Bit-Noise, the Processor Podcast: The Trusted Platform Module TPM 2.0

Bit-Noise, the Processor Podcast: The Trusted Platform Module TPM 2.0

The bi-weekly processor podcast from c’t is available …

Trusted Platform Modules have been around for more than ten years. Suddenly everyone is talking about security controllers because Microsoft is demanding a “TPM 2.0” for computers running Windows 11. In the 2021/14 episode of the audio podcast “Bit-Rauschen”, Carsten Spille and Christof Windeck talk about what such a TPM can do, what it can be used for and why Microsoft is surprisingly calling for it (not at all) for Windows 11.

Podcast bit noise, episode 2021/14 :

Issue column bit noise from c’t 16/2021: Jumble about processors for Windows 11, CPU bugs and supercomputers

On the one hand, Windows 11 requires relatively young processors, but on the other hand it runs on a Raspberry Pi. Intel switches off CPU functions with a microcode update.

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All episodes of our podcast along with the associated columns at www.ct.de/Bit-Rauschen

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