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ARM TrustZone program adds Elliptic to its roster

Posted: 02 Jul 2012 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:trusted execution environment? embedded security? ARM TrustZone?

Elliptic Technologies has joined the ARM TrustZone Ready Program. In joining this program, the company aims to provide system wide embedded security based on Trusted Execution Environments (TEE) to mobile and home entertainment devices. Elliptic will be joining other industry leaders in developing solutions for chip and design manufacturers based on a strong security foundation.

TrustZone's primary aim is to guide chip and device manufacturers to design robust and industry certified security architecture into their products. This program will assist companies in implementing system wide security into their platforms, providing benefits such as a cohesive set of design blueprints, market requirements, checklists and standards-based solutions.

Elliptic, also a long-time ARM Connected Community Partner, is widely recognized as a top security IP supplier that provides highly tuned, end-to-end embedded security solutions built on a combination of software and semiconductor hardware engines.

As a long-time long-time ARM Connected Community Partner, Eliptic has provided security solutions built on a combination of software and semiconductor hardware engines. The company's solutions, such as tVault HDCP and DTCP-IP, have been compliant with GlobalPlatform specifications and have been integrated seamlessly inside trusted execution environments based on ARM TrustZone frameworks. Their products have garnered strong interest from customers and have been deployed in the field across a variety of hardware platforms and mobile operating systems.





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