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alex_m1
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Re: Must be 32 bit
alex_m1   9/11/2013 10:38:07 AM
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GSMD , very interesting post.


Could you please tell a bit about where mcaffee security is relative to to other software stacks?

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Re: Is it really more secure?
sw guy   9/11/2013 6:43:58 AM
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Of course you can be secure with other CPU, too. As an example, why is ARM used inside chip+PIN card reader ?

I do not want to say using Quark was a bad decision, just that public justification may differ from actual one.

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Is it really more secure?
alex_m1   9/11/2013 5:10:20 AM
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At least according to a few software engineers I asked about this subject, symantec and wind river doesn't offer something unique security-related. It's mostly branding. I wonder if this is the only benefit for this chip, or are there others planned?

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Must be 32 bit
rick merritt   9/10/2013 5:08:02 PM
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Chatting with fave analysts Kevin Krewell and David Kanter in the IDF media room I realize Quark must be 32 bit. There's just no need for 64-bit addressing in IoT for a loooooong time.

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