Modern vehicles incorporate an increasing number of complex integrated circuits. Failures in automotive systems can lead to damage to property, injury or loss of life. Ensuring the reliability of electronic systems is crucial, and the ISO26262 standard documents the requirements for determining automotive functional safety. This whitepaper details the process for how Rambus achieved the ISO26262 ASIL-B certification of the RT-640 hardware security module.
Post Quantum Cryptography is Coming
Quantum computing has made big advances in recent years and experts agree that quantum computers capable of breaking 2048-bit RSA or 256-bit ECC will be built – it’s just a matter of time. In this white paper, we discuss the security algorithms NIST has selected for Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) and their instantiation in Rambus security products.
Navigating the Intersection of Safety and Security
Vehicle systems and the semiconductors used within them are some of the most complex electronics seen today. In the past, electronics going into vehicle systems implemented flat architectures with isolated functions controlling various components of the power train and vehicle dynamics. However, to support the realization of Level 4 and Level 5 (L4/L5) autonomous driving, a massive restructure is underway. The software-defined vehicle, the automotive Ethernet, vehicle-to-everything (V2X) connectivity, and domain controller units are just some of the new technologies required to realize L4/L5 capabilities. Ensuring all these new systems are both functionally safe and secure from cyberattacks is mission critical.
Revolution in Embedded Security
The growth of computing, graphics, neural processing power, communication bandwidth, and storage capacities have enabled amazing solutions. These innovations have created great value for society, and that value must be protected from exploitation by adversaries. This whitepaper explores many of these major technology changes and how Rambus’ security offerings help in tackling the new embedded security challenges of device and silicon manufacturers.
Data Center Evolution: The Leap to 64 GT/s Signaling with PCI Express 6.0
The PCI Express® (PCIe®) interface is the critical backbone that moves data at high bandwidth and low latency between various compute nodes such as CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, and workload-specific accelerators. With the torrid rise in bandwidth demands of advanced workloads such as AI/ML training, PCIe 6.0 jumps signaling to 64 GT/s with some of the biggest changes yet in the standard.
CXL emerges as memory coherent fabric leader as GenZ Consortium transfers assets
In this 451 Research analysis, the report describes Compute Express Link Consortium’s acquisition of Gen-Z Consortium, seeking “to establish cache-coherent interconnects for processors, memory expansion and accelerators.” Read how this consolidation could positively affect both memory semantic protocols that enable high-speed connectivity to processors, accelerators and memory expansion technologies and the overall market.