American Megatrends Inc. may not be a company you’ve heard of, unless perhaps you like reading early-boot BIOS messages. AMI is the world’s largest BIOS firmware vendor, supplying firmware and tools to customers such as Asus, Clevo, Intel, AMD and many others. If you’ve heard of a vendor using Aptio for firmware updates, that means it’s from them. AMI has been testing the LVFS, UpdateCapsule and fwupd for a few months and is now fully compatible. They are updating their whitepapers for customers explaining the process of generating a capsule, using the ESRT, and generating deliverables for the LVFS.
This means “LVFS Support” becomes a first class citizen alongside Windows Update for the motherboard manufacturers. This should trickle down to the resellers, so vendors using Clevo motherboards like Tuxedo get LVFS support almost for free. This will take a bit of time to trickle down to the smaller OEMs.
Also, expect another large vendor announcement soon. It’s the one quite a few people have been waiting for.
2 thoughts on “AMI joins the LVFS”
Wow, this is HUGE! Amazing!
Can’t wait for the next announce
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