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Stepmind licenses ARM core for encryption project

Posted: 11 Sep 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:arm946e? microprocessor core? networking encryption? bus? memory?

Stepmind has licensed ARM's microprocessor core, the ARM946E, to be used on a custom networking encryption project.

This complex design has been created by Stepmind using up-to-date design and automation capabilities. The chip is based on an ARM946E core, with two Ethernet 100 interfaces, optimized security and encryption hardwire processing engines, and an original bus and MMU architecture enabling flow-through network security processor.

"Security is now one of the major concerns for companies and consumers alike as users share more and more confidential information in areas such as online shopping and downloading documents," said Eric Lalardie, Southern Region manager, ARM. "Stepmind's use of the ARM946E core, which delivers very good cryptographic performance versus cost efficiency, demonstrates the adaptability of ARM microprocessor cores for a multitude of applications, but most importantly highlights the growing use of ARM cores for networking and security solutions."

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