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Providing Performance & Security for the Connected Car

Connected cars make our lives easier by integrating automation, entertainment and mobility with our favorite mode of transport. Generating and receiving a torrent of data, they need the speed of the latest memory and interface technologies to handle the load. Given the critical importance to comfort and safety, that data needs the highest order of protection. Rambus silicon IP solutions help ensure we can get the very most from our connected cars with the assurance that all our data stays secure.
See how Rambus is securing OTA updates

See how Rambus is securing OTA updates.

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High Horsepower Computing

Powering through 1GB per second of data generation and beyond is a breeze for the connected cars coming down the road. Infotainment, ADAS, sensor systems, communications and more demand the ability to handle real-time data and lots of it. With the technology that makes possible high-performance computing and the fastest networking devices, Rambus interface IP for memory and chip-to-chip connections enable the blazing fast performance needed in chips for connected cars.

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Secure OTA Communications

One of the major benefits of a connected car is the ability to do in-field Over The Air (OTA) software and firmware updates, minimizing the need for recalls and trips to the dealership. The CryptoManager platform provides a hardware root of trust embedded in the vehicle enabling automakers and car owners to verify that the OTA update is authentic. Additionally, the system utilizes personalized keys that are unique to each vehicle to further ensure the integrity of the communication between car and cloud.
Easy Security Implementation

Easy Security Implementation

The CryptoManager platform is comprised of a tightly integrated security ecosystem that enables simple and rapid integration into new and existing systems. The Root of Trust can be embedded in the automotive chipset, or implemented as firmware running in a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) to provide robust endpoint security, while the secure cloud-based Infrastructure manages the in-field provisioning and management of keys from chip-to-cloud-to-car to enable OEMs to delivers Feature-as-a-Service (FaaS) on the road.
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Protecting Safety, Revenue and Brand: Combating Counterfeit Semiconductors in the Automotive Supply Chain

The counterfeit market for semiconductors is real, sizable and growing. Industry analysts peg the current market for fake semiconductors at $75B. Counterfeit chips pose great risk to driver comfort and safety, to say nothing of the severe negative consequences they present to automaker revenues and brand. The good news is there are immediate and cost-effective measures available to secure the semiconductor supply chain and stop counterfeiters in their tracks.
Original Equipment Verification

Original Equipment Verification

OEMs and customers alike want to be able to make sure that they are receiving OEM qualified parts during service and repair but verifying those parts can be difficult. The Rambus CryptoFirewall Verifier Core has been successfully integrated in a variety of products to prevent product counterfeiting. Utilizing the Verifier Core allows the OEM to establish that authentic products are used on their platforms, ensuring the safety and reliability of the vehicle. To learn more about how our CryptoFirewall solution securely authenticates vehicle equipment.

Hardware Security Modules with CryptoManager

With the rapid growth of connected cars and services, OEMs and Tier One’s need to secure their vehicles to prevent access by unauthorized groups via V2X or OTA updates. The Rambus CryptoManager platform provides a proven automotive-grade Hardware Security Module (HSM) that exceeds the EVITA, SHE and TPM standards, enabling the highest level of vehicle security available for wireless automotive communications.

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