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Elliptic unveils multi-protocol security engine

Posted: 21 Jan 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:multi-protocol security engine? LTE small cell? IPsec? TLS? SSL?

Elliptic Technologies has introduced what it describes as a highly integrated IPsec/TLS multi-protocol security engine aimed at residential gateways, VPN appliances and LTE small cells, terminal servers and thin clients. The SPP-330 Security Engine expands the firm's Security Protocol Processors (SPP) family geared for ASIC manufacturers and FPGA designers, and supports the Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) protocol as well as the Transport Layer Security (TLS), Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) application layer protocols.

Digital security is critical in the current online landscape of social, multimedia and business networks. People and businesses are connecting and interacting with each otheranytime and anywhere. New classes of always-connected embedded devices are emerging, making these interactions even more complex. Greater protection of privacy and control of information is required given that voice, data, sound and video are now simultaneously carried over the Internet with increasing speed and at higher data rates. Therefore, the need for more robust security solutions is crucial and continues to grow.

According to the company, the compact security engine offers Gigabit range performance for ESP/AH and TLS/SSL/DTLS protocols with powerful features including modern scatter-gather DMA, interrupt coalescence and Quality of Service (QoS) for enhanced traffic management.

The SPP-330 is delivered with software development kits, tools and drivers allowing seamless system integration into embedded Linux environments and ARM-based platforms.

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