Phoenix Debuts New UEFI BIOS Technology for x86 and ARM
BIOS maker Phoenix Technologies introduced Phoenix SecureCore Technology 3.0, a new UEFI-based BIOS technology that supports both x86 and ARM based systems. optimized for touch-enabled devices and having other new features.
The third generation of Phoenix SecureCore Technology UEFI BIOS features cross-device, cross-codebase compatibility with native EDK II and EDK 1117 supports both x86 and ARM based systems.
Starting with the Intel Z2760 Atom processor (codenamed Clover Trail), EDK II is the new standard for UEFI firmware development on Intel based platforms. The new BIOS design is available for touch-enabled desktops, AIO PCs, ultrabooks, and embedded systems. Moreover, the new BIOS also comes with a customizable GUI core engine, Phoenix Desktop Manager (PDM). PDM is a graphic framework for the BIOS menu in Visual Forms Representation (VFR), claimed to make OEM branding easier.
Phoenix will host a series of launch events and training sessions for Phoenix SecureCore Technology 3.0 starting Tuesday, November 27, 2012 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Source: DV Hardware
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