Phoenix Technologies was the first independent firmware vendor and has been pioneering firmware innovation since 1979 with over a billion units installed worldwide. Phoenix designs, develops, and secures firmware for a wide range of devices including computers, tablets, notebooks, laptops, servers, embedded systems and other advanced computing platforms. Phoenix also offers a cloud-based, firmware cybersecurity product, FirmGuard.
Phoenix has over 180 patents, trademarks and copyrights in the firmware space and deep industry partnerships with companies such as Intel, AMD and Arm. Additionally, Phoenix participates in a broad spectrum of firmware and firmware security organizations such as the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface Forum (UEFI) and the Trusted Computing Group (TCG).
Phoenix is headquartered in Silicon Valley (Campbell, CA) with a global presence and primary engineering teams based in the US and Taiwan.