UEFI Forum is an alliance between hundreds of leading technology companies to modernize the booting process. Phoenix was a founding member, participates on the board of directors and in all its specification working groups, and leads the UEFI Security Response Team and Industry Communications team.
The FIDO Alliance is an open industry association with a focused mission: authentication standards to help reduce the world’s over-reliance on passwords. Phoenix has participated in several FIDO Alliance working groups.
Trusted Computing Group
The Trusted Computing Group (TCG) enables secure computing through open standards and specifications. Phoenix representatives participate in several of their technology and specification working groups.
DMTF (formerly the Distributed Management Task Force) creates open manageability standards spanning emerging and traditional IT infrastructures. Phoenix participates in several working groups, including Redfish and SMBIOS.
The PCI-SIG manages the specifications for PCI Express and legacy PCI busses. Phoenix is active in their firmware working group.
TianoCore is the community supporting an open source implementation of the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface. Phoenix contributes code to this open-source implementation and assists with design, security reviews, and planning.
Part of the Linux Foundation, the OpenBMC Project community is supporting an open source BMC firmware stack that will work across heterogeneous systems. Phoenix participates in several of their working groups including BMC Security.
FIRST is an international confederation of trusted computer incident response teams. Phoenix participates in incident response planning and with the CVSS SIG.
Open Compute Project
The Open Compute Project (OCP) is a collaborative community focused on redesigning hardware technology to efficiently support the growing demands on compute infrastructure. Phoenix follows several OCP projects and is actively supporting OCP-based products for our customers.