DEV Systemtechnik Devices Not Vulnerable to Meltdown and Spectre Malware
Norbert Reiss, Engineering Manager of DEV Systemtechnik, said "Since the security breaches became known, we have received several inquiries from our customers asking if the processors used in DEV devices pose a security risk from Meltdown and Spectre. The answer is no. Our products do not use the type of CPUs that are reported to be vulnerable to Spectre and Meltdown. As soon as we became aware of the Spectre and Meltdown threat, we immediately checked the risk in our products as part of our quality management and confirmed that the processors we had installed were not affected by the security gaps."
DEV Systemtechnik develops and manufactures a complete range of products and systems for the optical and electrical transmission of Radio Frequency (RF) signals via coaxial cable or fiber. For over 20 years DEV has designed, engineered, and manufactured RF transmission equipment for satellite, broadcast, and cable applications. All products are built to meet the highest standards of system availability, reliability and manageability.
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