Intel Adds DRM to Chips

If you though the subject of DRM and Trusted Comouting had gone away, think again. Intel is adding DRM capabilities to its new Pentium D chipsets, but as with AMD, they’re not that keen on talking about it. Aside from DRM, there’s also this gem: Additionally, AMT also features what Intel calls “IDE redirection”…allow administrators to remotely enable, disable or format or configure individual drives and reload operating systems and software from remote locations, again independent of operating systems.


  1. 2005-05-31 7:49 pm