Member Releases

“The UEFI Development Workstation System is the first PC on the market with full UEFI 2.3.1 support and includes the security and usability enhancements that enable a complete Windows 8 experience.”

“Windows 8 takes advantage of UEFI secure boot architecture to enhance the operating system’s security capabilities. Secure boot allows only signed software to run on the device, adds cryptographic checks to each stage of the boot process and asserts the integrity of all the software images that are executed to prevent unauthorized, modified software from running.”

“Insyde® announced the formation of a new training program aimed at firmware and software engineers that are developing ARM processor-based computing or communications devices which will take advantage of the benefits of UEFI, including its standards-based boot and security features.”

“UEFI firmware developers, software engineers and quality assurance teams will come together for 3 days of hands-on interoperability testing, self-certification testing, technical presentations and industry networking in a friendly environment with other UEFI member companies.”

“Aptio adds support for the latest UEFI specifications, UEFI 2.3.1 and PI 1.2, making the latest features of the UEFI specification, such as Secure Boot for enhanced platform security, available to manufacturers.”

“The company will demonstrate its UEFI and embedded BIOS products that support latest Intel® , AMD, and ARM based silicon platforms and next generation operation systems across different market segments.”

“Insyde Software, a leading provider of Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) firmware today announced the 10-year anniversary of when it began developing its UEFI firmware technology.”

“Fast Boot Technology and Robust UEFI Server Firmware to be Highlighted along with Technical Training Sessions Co-Presented by Insyde, Inspur®, Intel® & Microsoft®.”

“UEFI improves the hardware-software interface by standardizing the boot procedure between the Operating System and a target processor. Specification 2.3 incorporates the necessary modifications required to help enable original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to standardize the boot procedure on hardware platforms based on the ARM processor.”

“Support for the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) preboot environment common across all new IBM systems.”