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The IBM 4758 PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor is a secure cryptoprocessor implemented on a high-security, tamper resistant, programmable PCI board. Specialized cryptographic electronics, microprocessor, memory, and random number generator housed within a tamper-responding environment provide a highly secure subsystem in which data processing and cryptography can be performed.
IBM supplies two cryptographic-system implementations, and toolkits for custom application development:
As of June 2005, the 4758 was discontinued and was replaced by an improved, faster model called the IBM 4764.
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