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As you can see, this chip is clearly the [http://www.google.com/search?q=Infineon+SLD9630+TT1.1&sourceid=opera&num=0&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8 Infineon SLD 9630 TT1.1] or simply [http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&c2coff=1&q=SLD9630+TT1.1&btnG=Search SLD 9630 TT1.1], which, with a simple Google search on the chip, is a &quot;Trusted Platform Module IC&quot;, or TPM/TCPA IC (integrated circuit, aka computer chip). Infineon has a short PDF detailing the basics of its SLD 9630 chip, although it has been removed from the Infineon website. On an interesting note, the SLD 9630 is actually outdated and is no longer being advertised by Infineon. Its replacement is the SLB 9635, which is dubbed &quot;TPM 1.2&quot;, as opposed to the &quot;TPM 1.1&quot; found in the SLD 9630. . . .
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As you can see, this chip is clearly the [http://www.google.com/search?q=Infineon+SLD9630+TT1.1&sourceid=opera&num=0&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8 Infineon SLD 9630 TT1.1] or simply [http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&c2coff=1&q=SLD9630+TT1.1&btnG=Search SLD 9630 TT1.1], which, with a simple Google search on the chip, is a &quot;Trusted Platform Module IC&quot;, or TPM/TCPA IC (integrated circuit, aka computer chip). Infineon has a short PDF detailing the basics of its SLD 9630 chip, although it has been removed from the Infineon website. On an interesting note, the SLD 9630 is actually outdated and is no longer being advertised by Infineon. Its replacement is the SLB 9635, which is dubbed &quot;TPM 1.2&quot;, as opposed to the &quot;TPM 1.1&quot; found in the SLD 9630. . .

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