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Technologies For Today and Tomorrow

Read how our solutions are meeting the requirements for a variety of computing technologies and design challenges.


We are a source of excellence for eSPI and offer technical expertise that reduces your design risk when migrating from LPC to eSPI. We worked with compute OEMS for years on the creation of the eSPI spec, and we believe that we have the best eSPI solution in the computing space today. We co-validated it with the first eSPI platforms, thereby establishing a trusted advisor role for many in the computing client industry. 

Platform Root of Trust/Secure Boot

Confidently secure your computing products with the industry’s most comprehensive security portfolio. Our security portfolio includes integrated hardware-based security features that are more secure than software-only solutions. We implement the latest security algorithms to provide your system with platform root of trust, protecting your platform and your brand. 

Modern Standby

Modern Standby allows computers such as laptops and tablets to wake when a real-time action, such as OS maintenance or a user wakes up the system, occurs. We develop and certify our Embedded Controllers (ECs) for Modern Standby. These ECs are on Intel’s Platform Component List (PCL) for readiness. We have also completed AMD in-house validation, making it easier for you to reach your overall computing system power budget.

Embedded Memory Interface (EMI)

Many of our ECs contain a unique interface to transfer large amounts of data between the EC and the host processor. The Embedded Memory Interface (EMI) allows the transfer of multiple blocks of data up to 32 KB at a time. This allows you to perform remote BIOS updates and other functions much faster than with other devices currently available in the market.

VCI Logic

Many of our ECs have a VBAT-Powered Control Interface (VCI).  This interface is exposed on the pins of our devices to allow a system to be powered in a very-low power state to support smaller form-factor mobile computing platforms. In this power state, the EC consumes approximately 10 uA, which means it can be powered from a coin cell battery.