The Cisco Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is a computer chip that securely stores artifacts such as measurements, passwords, certificates, or encryption keys that are used to authenticate the Converged System. The Cisco TPM provides authentication and attestation services that enable safer computing in all environments.
The Cisco TPM is available by default in as a component within some Cisco UCS Blade Servers and Rack Servers and is shipped disabled.
Dell EMC supports Cisco TPM hardware but does not support the Cisco TPM functionality. Using Cisco TPM features involves using a software stack from a vendor with significant domain experience in trusted computing. Consult your software stack vendor for configuration and operational considerations relating to the Cisco TPMs.
VMware vSphere 6.7 support TPM version 2.0.