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RT-120

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RT-120 Root of Trust Foundational security in SoCs and FPGAs for IoT clients and sensors Contact Us Designed to be integrated in power and space-constrained SoCs or FPGAs, the RT-120 Root of Trust (formerly VaultIP) is a FIPS 140-3 compliant hardware core that guards the most sensitive assets on chips and establishes the foundation for […]

Three Top Semiconductor Tech Trends for 2021

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As a momentous 2020 fades into the history books, 2021 is expected to be a year of growth and evolution for the semiconductor industry across multiple market segments. Firstly, DDR5 DRAM is slated to enter volume production by the end of 2021, with initial deployments targeting hyperscale data centers. Secondly, AI/ML neural networks – which […]

MACsec Explained: Securing Data in Motion

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Learn everything you need to know about MACsec, also known as Media Access Control Security. For end-to-end security of data, it needs to be secured when at rest (processed or stored in a device) and when in motion (communicated between connected devices). For data at rest, a hardware root of trust anchored in silicon provides […]

Rambus and the OCP: Tackling Cloud Data Security with a Hardware Root of Trust

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Founded in 2009, the Open Compute Project (OCP) is a collaborative community focused on redesigning hardware technology to efficiently support the growing demands on compute infrastructure. More recently, the OCP formed a security working group to tackle the formidable challenges of data security in the cloud, including the increasing sophistication of malicious actors. In conjunction with […]

Rambus Design Summit 2020

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On October 8th, technology experts from across Rambus came together for a virtual summit to present on the selection and implementation of IP solutions for the data center, 5G/edge and IoT devices. In addition, Ed Sperling of Semiconductor Engineering and Shane Rau of IDC joined Rambus executives Neeraj Paliwal, Matt Jones and John Eble for […]

AIと5Gにより高まるIoT機器の脅威 (5G and AI Raise Security Risks for IoT Devices)

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5G represents a revolution in mobile technology with performance that will rival that of wireline networks. 5G’s Ultra-reliable Low Latency Communication (uRLLC) links will enable a profusion of artificial intelligence (AI)-powered IoT devices from delivery drones to smart cities. The rapid rise in the number of smart IoT devices, coupled with expanded connectivity, will greatly […]

Rambus Announces 2020 Design Summit

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The Rambus 2020 Design Summit kicks off on Thursday, October 08, 2020 at 09:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time. Throughout the day, our technology experts will discuss the selection and implementation of IP solutions across multiple markets such as the data center, 5G/edge and IoT devices, and AI/ML applications. Critical enabling IP that will be covered […]

Rambus Design Summit

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October 8, 2020 Register Today Join us for a day of virtual sessions covering the selection and implementation of IP solutions for the data center, 5G/edge and IoT devices including advancing the performance of AI/ML applications. Connect with a community of industry experts and gain insights and practical information for the implementation of their next-generation […]

Anti-Tamper Cryptographic Cores

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Security Anti-Tamper Cryptographic Cores Rambus DPA (Differential Power Analysis) Resistant Cryptographic hardware cores guard against the various side channel attacks that exploit unprotected cryptographic designs. Easily integrated into an ASIC or FPGA design, these cores resist tampering attacks attempting to obtain secret cryptographic key material through Differential Power Analysis (DPA), Differential Electromagnetic Analysis (DEMA) or […]

5G and AI Raise Security Risks for IoT Devices

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5G represents a revolution in mobile technology with performance that will rival that of wireline networks. 5G’s Ultra-reliable Low Latency Communication (uRLLC) links will enable a profusion of artificial intelligence (AI)-powered IoT devices from delivery drones to smart cities. The rapid rise in the number of smart IoT devices, coupled with expanded connectivity, will greatly […]

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