[Cryptech Core] about that agenda

Phil Roberts roberts at dkey.org
Sun Sep 17 17:38:54 UTC 2017

I would like to meet with him informally at least.

I imagine we’ll start Wednesday with an agenda bash where we put in order everything we want to talk about.  One of the things I think would be useful is a discussion of uses of CrypTech going forward.  There are several possible use cases that we could consider next - this might be one of them.  But what do folks think - would you like to include him in the discussion?

Also, what time would people like to start on Wednesday.  Does 9am work for folks?

> On Sep 17, 2017, at 7:41 AM, Peter Stuge <peter at stuge.se> wrote:
> Phil Roberts wrote:
>> “Business” side
>> - prospects for future funding (donations, research proposals, partnerships, grants)
>> - who is using the Alpha, what for, and where might that lead?
>> - is it time for another run of boards, and should they be any
>>  different than what’s in the alpha today?
> I've been talking with Fredrik Strömberg, founder of the Mullvad VPN
> service provider. He is interested in using Cryptech cores/IP to
> create a VPN hardware, which seems to fit very well into the current
> project phase, because unlike the HSM use case generally considered
> thus far, no product certification beyond auditable code is needed,
> and many of the needed crypto primitives have actually already been
> completed.
>> - what should the next set of things on the roadmap be?
>>  (the list post alpha from Berlin is
>>   here: https://trac.cryptech.is/wiki/PostAlphaPlan
> Fredrik's only hardware need which is not already met by the Alpha is
> one or maybe two (100Base-T is OK, GigE of course nicer) Ethernet
> ports connected to the FPGA.
> He would be available on Wednesday or Thursday for an in-depth
> discussion. Do you think it makes sense to meet with him, either
> formally as part of the agenda, or informally at dinner?
> //Peter
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