High-end FPGA Embarks As Industry’s Most Secure

High-end FPGA Embarks As Industry’s Most Secure

Altera and Intrinsic-ID have partnered on the integration of advanced security solutions into Altera's Stratix 10 FPGAs and SoCs. PUF-based key storage is a requirement for defense and infrastructure applications to secure and bind software to hardware functions and prevent the cloning of systems. The integration of Intrinsic-ID's PUF technology within Stratix 10 FPGAs and SoCs reportedly enhances the security capabilities of the devices. The partnership between Altera and Intrinsic-ID enables users of Stratix 10 FPGAs and SoCs to license Intrinsic-ID's PUF technology for a variety of security use cases in their designs. Customer and user support will be enabled by Intrinsic-ID and by their support partner EndoSec for U.S. customers.

Stratix 10 FPGA and SoC families feature a new Secure Device Manager (SDM) available in all densities and versions. Serving as the central command center for the entire FPGA, the Secure Device Manager controls key operations such as configuration, device security, single event upset (SEU) responses and power management. It creates a unified, secure management system for the entire device, including the FPGA fabric, hard processor system (HPS) in SoC devices, embedded hard IP blocks, and I/O blocks. For more details, visit http://www.altera.com/stratix10

Altera Corp.
San Jose, CA

Intrinsic-ID Inc.
The Netherlands
+31 40 851 90 20
[email protected] 

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