Embracing open source through the Open Compute Project
Aptio®, MegaRAC® and Tektagon® OpenEdition – Available Now on GitHub
Aptio OpenEdition: the open source
solution for UEFI BIOS
All the benefits of Aptio V, now available in open source. Aptio OpenEdition™ firmware features support for the latest UEFI specifications and the security and modularity that today’s platforms require.
Meet the MegaRAC OpenEdition Hardened OpenBMC™
MegaRAC OpenEdition is a hardened, production version based on OpenBMC.
MegaRAC OpenEdition™ features an intuitive, extensible open-architecture development framework, as well as support for multiple BMC/Hardware-System-on-Chip (SOC) platforms from the leading manufacturers. MegaRAC OpenEdition includes dedicated support, code patches and security advisories that all AMI customers trust and expect.
Tektagon OpenEdition™ is an open-source Platform Root of Trust (PRoT) solution with foundational firmware security features that detect platform firmware corruption, recover the firmware and protect firmware integrity. And like its sibling Tektagon™ XFR – AMI’s flagship PRoT solution – Tektagon OpenEdition is compliant with the NIST Platform Firmware Resiliency (PFR) Guidelines NIST SP 800-193.
The Open Compute Project
The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) was initiated in 2011 with a mission to apply the benefits of open source and open collaboration to hardware and rapidly increase the pace of innovation in, near and around the data center.