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This excerpt taken from the WAVX 8-K filed May 23, 2006.
U.S. Army CB2 Specification: In February the U.S. Army Small Computer Program published the new Consolidated Buy-2 (CB2) Desktop and Notebook minimum specifications for Army customers. The new specification, a milestone in the adoption of trusted computing standards, requires desktop and laptop personal computers be equipped with the new open security chip hardware TPM.

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This excerpt taken from the WAVX 8-K filed Mar 17, 2006.
U.S. Army CB2 Specification: In February, the U.S. Army Small Computer Program published the new Consolidated Buy-2 (CB2) Desktop and Notebook minimum specifications for Army customers.  The new specification, a milestone in the adoption of trusted computing standards, requires desktop and laptop personal computers be equipped with the new open security chip hardware TPM.

 

                 

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