Intel will open up its Common Data Security Architecture software to push the adoption of secure e-business computing, particularly with the Linux operating system (OS).
Making the software Open Source means that it can be modified and used by developers with any OS to add security features to e-business applications.
This will "allow companies around the world to develop software and hardware security products faster and cheaper," Intel said in a statement.
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