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TEE patent, Wave, Widepoint and Samsung Knox.

Post from Barge goes back a few years but could have relevance today to Wave.  One of the reasons why Snackman's board was so good.  imo.




Interesting that the patent (shared by Wave) for Wave's Embassy Programmable Chip is center stage on Steve Sprague's linkedin page. Also interesting to note that his exhaustive public discussions almost invariably bring up TEE. 


Or Lark Allen's impassioned over-the-top implication that Wave essentially invented and created TEE.


TEE is of course integrated  into 100s of millions devices, but has yet to be  activated. 

Does Samsung Knox finally activate TEE for both the consumer and enterprise through BYOD?

Does Widepoint requires Wave's technology to pull off their fundamental goals as stated explicitly in the recent Samsung Knox/Widepoint Strategic Alliance.

June 29, 2015

The services offer an important next step for WidePoint's partners and customers in achieving a fully interoperable cyber authentication ecosystem across federal, commercial, and international markets, to ensure that only authorized and protected devices can access enterprise resources hosted in any private or public cloud environment.

With the tight coupling of Samsung SDS CellWe EMM solution with WidePoint Certificate-on-Device™, customers are able to deliver WidePoint digital certificates to Samsung devices that use Samsung KNOX. This combination creates the industry's only Android-based devices capable of safeguarding enterprise data with multiple layers of hardware- and software-based protection that meet U.S. Federal Government-defined secure credentialing capabilities previously unachievable.

From Lark Allen in 2012.


December 19, 2012 
As TPM-Mobile is adopted by the mobile industry, Wave Systems plans to extend its current Trusted Computing products and infrastructure to provide interoperability and cross-platform compatibility across PC, tablets and mobile devices. In addition, the TPM-Mobile specifications from the TCG provide the ability for a TPM-M to support a trust model known as the Multiple Stakeholder Model (MSM). The MSM model allows the TPM-M to provide strong, independent security to multiple entities in the platforms such as enterprises, third party application developers, the handset vendor, and network operators. The original Wave EMBASSY 2100 chipset and trust infrastructure supported a multi-party trust model. EMBASSY was very similar to the new open, standard trust solution being offered to the industry. 


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