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Japan's Kioxia joins startup on high-speed encrypted computing

Project would enable business collaboration without divulging secret data

Fully homomorphic encryption enables the processing of encrypted data without giving access to it. (Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash)

TOKYO -- Japanese chipmaker Kioxia Holdings is teaming up with software security startup Eaglys to develop a high-speed computing platform for processing and analyzing data that remains encrypted.

Kioxia and Tokyo-based Eaglys will contribute their own proprietary technology into development of the platform, which will feature advanced software and data storage hardware optimized for high-speed processing.

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