Covers overview information for the Intel® UEFI Development Kit, enabling a standard firmware foundation.
This presentation provides key information about the Intel® UEFI Development Kit 2010 (Intel® UDK2010), which enables a common firmware development foundation across the compute continuum.
Includes Dell recommendations, impact of UEFI advancements from LSI and Phoenix Corporations, IHV applicable features, UEFI benefits to IHVs.
Review of IHV applicable features, UEFI benefits to IHVs, recommendations from Dell, impact of UEFI advancements from LSI Corporation and Phoenix Corporation.
Intel, Microsoft and Intel: best practices for platform security: trusted computing elements, UEFI security, hardware rules, UEFI PI.
Best practices for platform security: trusted computing elements, UEFI security overview, hardware rules, UEFI PI & firmware practices.
Presentation: Intel and AMI reduce platform boot times and firmware debugging. Technical methods for UEFI and USB.
Reducing Platform Boot Times, Firmware Debugging: UEFI and USB for Platform Forensics, Intel and AMI
Intel, Inspur, and Insyde: overview of boot time, performance improvements, demo, why fast POST for Windows 7, other considerations.
Overview of boot time, performance improvements for boot times, demo, why fast POST for Windows 7, other considerations for Windows 7.
Presentation: Dell, Intel, Insyde Software on Firmware management and security.
IDF2009 Presentation featuring why firmware management in UEFI, firmware management overview, some firmware management subtleties, security.
IDF2010 presentation of UEFI solutions to simplify platform manageability, configuration management, migration and replication.
UEFI innovation and value; platform manageability through UEFI; using UEFI solutions to simplify configuration management, migration, and replication.