The purpose of the Server Work Group is to provide definitions, specifications, guidelines, and technical requirements as they pertain to the implementation of TCG technology in servers. This Work Group endeavors to produce a specification that allows compatibility with currently specified API's and further enables current TCG infrastructures.
The Trusted Computing Group's architecture and specifically the TCG architecture as described in the TCG Main Specification is a platform independent architecture to enhance trust on computing platforms.
This Architectural Overview provides an introduction to TCG goals and architecture. It defines anticipated scenarios for use of TPM enabled platforms, compliance procedures and anticipated implications on manufacturing and support processes. Anyone looking for an overview of TCG specification and its implications should read this document.
The purpose of this document is to define a standard interface to the TPM on an EFI platform. This standard interface is useful on any of the three example instantiations of an EFI platform shown in Figures 2-1, 2-2, and 2-3, as well as other instantiations.
This document is about the processes that boot an EFI platform and boot an OS on that platform. Specifically, this specification contains the requirements for measuring boot events into TPM PCRs and adding boot event entries into the Event Log.
This specification, combined with the TCG Generic Server Specification, the TCG ACPI Specification, the TCG EFI Protocol Specification, and the TCG EFI Platform Specification define requirements for a TCG-compliant Itanium Architecture based server system.
This specification defines the framework of necessary ACPI tables and basic methods to be used on a TCG compliant platform. The table and ACPI namespace objects provide enough information to the operating system to enable access to the TCG compliant hardware in a platform.