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Smart card offers security for banking, eGov markets

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:NXP Semiconductors? MCU? smart card? cryptography?

NXP Semiconductors N.V. has announced its SmartMX2-P40 platform of chip card MCUs for large-scale projects aimed at banking and electronic-Government (eGov) markets. The device boasts a powerful RISC MRK3-SC core and meets common criteria EAL5+ level certification via NXP's IntegralSecurity architecture.

According to the company, global concerns about identity theft, fraud and privacy continue to grow as individuals conduct their daily lives in an increasingly interconnected world, leading financial and governmental organizations to continuously augment their efforts to safeguard individual data. Uncompromising on performance and security, the platform has been optimized for mass market chip card projects, effectively balancing the provision of more secure cards with the overall project investment.

Global concerns about identity theft, fraud and privacy continue to grow as individuals conduct their daily lives in an increasingly interconnected world, leading financial and governmental organizations to continuously augment their efforts to safeguard individual data.

NXP's SmartMX2-P40 offers dedicated co-processors for asymmetric RSA/ECC and symmetric DES/AES cryptography, and comes equipped with a certified hardware abstraction layer (HAL) and crypto library for fast time-to-market. An ISO/IEC 7816 contact interface ensures that the SmartMX-P40 can be used in existing chip card infrastructures.

Product samples and demonstration boards are available.





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