AMI is thrilled to announce that it has become one of the first Independent Firmware Vendors (IFV) to receive the Arm SystemReady SR certificate for its UEFI firmware (Aptio®) on Ampere Computing’s AmpereOne™ (Mt. Mitchell) platform. This marks a significant milestone for AMI, solidifying its position as a pioneer in enabling the Arm server ecosystem with industry-leading firmware solutions.
The Arm SystemReady program is a rigorous industry-wide initiative that ensures compatibility and interoperability between Arm-based systems and software. Achieving the SystemReady SR certification demonstrates that AMI’s UEFI firmware has met stringent testing requirements and fully complies with the latest Arm specifications.
“We are thrilled to be the first Independent Firmware Vendor (IFV) to receive the Arm SystemReady SR certification on Ampere’s Mt. Mitchell platform,” said Raj Vaidyanathan, Chief Engineering Development Officer at AMI. “This achievement underscores our unwavering commitment to driving innovation and collaboration within the Arm ecosystem. Our UEFI firmware is designed to provide the highest level of security, performance, and reliability for Arm-based servers, making them ideal for a wide range of cloud, enterprise, and edge computing applications.”
AMI’s SystemReady SR certification on the AmpereOne platform further expands its growing portfolio of Arm-compliant solutions. The company offers a comprehensive range of UEFI, BMC, and Root-of-Trust (RoT) firmware for top Arm processors, allowing customers to confidently deploy a wide variety of Arm-based servers. This suite of firmware and software solutions ensures platform security and reliability, data center sustainability, and compatibility with industry standards. As a result, customers can be assured that their systems are equipped with the latest platform technology stack that meets their business needs.