RSA Security, Intel accelerate e-commerce security

December 2000
Finance Week;12/01/2000, F&T Net p40
Announces that a collaboration between RSA Security and Intel has resulted in the creation of cryptographic and electronic commerce security software specifically designed to achieve greater performance using Intel's Itanium and Pentium processors. Design of the software to boost the speed of electronic commerce transactions.


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