As TPM 2.0 is indispensable for Windows 11, Trias shares the common aim with Microsoft

Recently, Microsoft, calling itself an industry leader in moving and standardizing on TPM (Trusted Platform Module) 2.0, announced that Windows 11 will require TPM 2.0 chips on existing and new devices.

For Trias, it is an announcement worthy of cheering.

  • It marks the important status trusted computing stands for. TPM 2.0 is a hardware module to realize trusted computing, which has been the aim of Trias platform since 2016.

As the expert PCMag illustrated:

The TPM is a tiny chip on your computer’s motherboard, sometimes separate from the main CPU and memory. The chip is akin to the keypad you use to disable your home security alarm every time you walk in the door, or the authenticator app you use on your phone to log in to your bank account.

The initial development direction of trusted computing is the TPM security chip, whose main function is to protect the data security of the PC systems. While the emergence of blockchain can ensure the privacy and security of trusted computing. In the era of big data, the combination of trusted computing and blockchain will be able to deal with data security problems in the future.

Trias is a decentralized platform combining blockchain and trusted computing and can be used to running smart contracts or executing any programs. Trias for the smart contract is equivalent to TPM for Windows 11. Based on the combination of TEE(Trusted Execution Environment) and graph computing technology, the Leviatom network in Trias can implement the trusted execution of any native code.

Trias runs smart contracts in a trusted environment, which greatly improves the execution efficiency of smart contracts. Trusted computing is equivalent to putting a lie detector on each node of the blockchain to ensure that it is difficult for them to lie, which can shorten the time of consensus confirmation and improve the application efficiency. In addition, Trias also implements distributed computing through trusted computing to ensure the security of data and solve the problem that cloud computing cannot guarantee data privacy.

It is the basic aim of Trias to build a decentralized common platform for trusted computing to achieve a trusted software execution environment, ensuring that the right software produces the expected output with the right input; and a set of decentralized auditable and traceable trusted software development operations and maintenance systems ensure that the software’s own behavior can be verified and traced.

As TPM 2.0 has been regarded as an indispensable component of windows 11, a trusted computing platform will also become the underlying trusted infrastructure of blockchain projects. All smart contracts will be executed on the platform. Trias was built around this goal at the beginning of the project design. Trias hopes to become the “TPM security chip” in the blockchain world, providing sufficient guarantees for the security and privacy of the project.

To understand TPM and TPM2.0 better, we recommend you read the following content:

What Is a TPM, and Why Do I Need One for Windows 11

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