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TTPCom releases 802.11i IP core security extension

Posted: 05 Jun 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:ttpcom? 802.11 a/b/g core IP designs? 802.11i security extension?

TTPCom Ltd expanded their 802.11 a/b/g core IP designs with the introduction of the 802.11i security extension. The security extension is compliant with the latest draft of the 802.11i standard that introduces a range of advanced, high security features.

It includes hardware acceleration for Advanced Encryption Standard, and Temporal Key Integrity Protocol. The encryption engine is designed to minimize processor overhead, and to reduce power consumption in mobile/portable applications. It also provides a full MAC software release providing new 11i security features that manage the exchange of security keys and control operation of the encryption engine itself.

TTPCom's 802.11 core IP designs and the 11i extension form a flexible platform for manufacturers intending to move beyond 802.11a to encompass high throughput wireless LAN systems.

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