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QuickLogic delivers encryption IP core

Posted: 01 Jun 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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QuickLogic Corp. has announced the availability of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 128 IP core for higher security of sensitive data streams running over wireless and public networks.

The one-chip IP core is implemented in hardware, thus giving customers performance advantages over software implementation. The programmable logic solution also provides users better time-to-market compared to ASIC products.

The 300Mbps full duplex throughput of the AES core ensures that the part can support wire speed across the on-chip Ethernet ports.

Using AES with the QuickMIPS family of programmable SoC devices offers platforms that let customers spin out multiple variants through the reuse of software and hardware, thereby improving time-to-market for subsequent designs and reducing development costs.

"Providing our customers with complete and secure system solutions that includes standard and application-specific IP is critical. A major concern for service providers is the ability to support secure communication channels over public networks," said Ian Ferguson, VP and GM of QuickMIPS products.

The AES128 core is now available for all QuickLogic products including the QL901M.

- Dave Ledesma

Electronic Engineering Times - Asia

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