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2012-10-10 SmartFusion2 SoC FPGA ready for industrial, medical apps
The company's next-generation SmartFusion2 SoC FPGAs are designed to address fundamental requirements for advanced security, high reliability and low power in critical applications.
2008-12-12 Silicon biometrics to secure FPGAs
New technology from Verayo Inc. exploits the uniqueness of FPGA silicon to provide silicon biometrics for authentication and security applications.
2015-02-13 Microsemi's FPGAs flaunt Physically Unclonable Function tech
The PUF technology, licensed from Intrinsic-ID, enables system architects and designers to have an ultra-secure solution they can depend on when developing applications for the Internet of Things (IoT).
2008-09-09 Special chips ready to identify unique marks
A Palo Alto security and authentication startup known for its 'unclonable' silicon chips was recently introduced by Verayo in an effort to move its focus from government defense contracts to commercial markets.
2015-02-04 Flash FPGAs offer designers enhanced flexibility
Flash-based FPGAs offer a wide range of features that allow designers to craft highly-integrated system solutions that deliver several advantages.
2012-05-02 Dialog to use Intrinsic-ID on-chip security
Dialog is using the Intrinsic-ID technology to ensure that only authenticated software can run on the SC14453S platform.
2014-12-01 Best tech devices at Electronica 2014
The Internet of Things may have been a constant refrain, bringing together sensors, wireless, and microcontrollers, but so was automotive with exactly the same combination.
2015-06-10 Altera touts next-gen high-end programmable logic devices
The Stratix 10 FPGAs and SoCs leverage Altera's HyperFlex FPGA fabric architecture built on the Intel 14nm Tri-Gate process to provide 2X higher core performance over previous generation FPGAs.
2012-10-02 'Puffin' gives intrinsic security for gamers,phones
The 'Puffin' project has already found that software can detect the die-specific differences in graphics processors.
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