As a trusted IBM business partner, PSR is authorized to sell and distribute the new IBM 4769-001 Cryptographic Coprocessor.
The 4769-001 was introduced in early 2021 and replaces the 4767-002, which IBM announced being withdrawn from sales by IBM as of June 30, 2021. The 4769 is the latest generation of the iconic IBM cryptographic coprocessor and sets the standard for hardware security modules (HSMs).
The 4769 is designed for improved performance and security-rich services to keep your most sensitive workloads safe and secure. The 4769 includes redundant PowerPC processors and is both NIST FIPS 140-2 Level 4 and PCI HSM certified.
What Is a CryptoCard?
A CryptoCard is a hardware security module (HSM) that protects and manages your digital keys. IBM Common Cryptographic Architecture (CCA) provides cryptographic functions geared to the finance industry, supporting online PCI (Payment Card Industry) applications, credit card transactions, point of sale systems, and ATM services.
The 4769-001 coprocessor is available for both Z Systems and x64 servers with RHEL 64-bit operating systems and at least one PCIe slot capable of accepting a half-height, half-length PCIe card.
How to Purchase the 4769-001 CryptoCard
PSR is an exclusive IBM partner allowed to sell the 4769-001 Coprocessor. Contact us today to get the purchasing process started!