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DEmby
Beginner
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P3608 encryption

Can somebody help with the encryption for the P3608 PCIe (NVME) SSD.

If you can point me to the information that would be helpful,

1. I need to know how it works? does Intel supply a SW we have to load to get it to work?

2. Will it work with any OS? We want to use Linux OS

3. How does it manage the "Keys"?

Thanks in advance

Doug

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idata
Community Manager
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Cheetah,

We would like to get the proper documentation for you regarding this request, please allow us to make a research and we will get back to you.

DEmby
Beginner
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Thank you!

I did find the following document but it appears to be old.

it-management-wde-ssd-amt-encryption-paper.pdf

ASouz7
Honored Contributor II
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Cheetah,

Thank you for inquiry, we are going to check this further in order to provide you an accurate answer.

idata
Community Manager
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Cheetah,

 

For this drive, we can let you know the following: The drive comes with AES 256 bit Hardware Encryption and the main configuration is actually done through BIOS. You can check this video to verify how to enable it and use it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DV5zuDF6MIw PROTECT YOUR DATA! Use an Intel SSD with Full Disk Encryption NCIX Tech Tips - YouTube

Let us know if you need something else.

DEmby
Beginner
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Thanks nestor_intel. This is good information but really only covers laptop and desktop products.

I'm really looking for the enterprise level as mentioned using Intel P3608 PCIe (NVME) SSD drives.

These drives would be used in enterprise environments in large quanties. Ex: we would use 32 of the P3608 4TB drives in one enclosure (128TB) running Oracle, SQL or government applications.

Doug

idata
Community Manager
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Cheetah,

Please check your private messages, we will follow up with you and as soon as we have a resolution we will update this thread.

DMusc
Beginner
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nestor_intel I need the same information please. Enterprise level since I am dealing with HP DL360p GEN 9 servers.

idata
Community Manager
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Hello Dmuscat,

 

 

We will be responding in the following thread: https://communities.intel.com/thread/105864 https://communities.intel.com/thread/105864

 

Please expect any updates on that forum.

 

 

Regards,

 

NC