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What does security look like when 5G meets AI?

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What does security looklike when 5G meets AI? Incredible synergies will be realized when 5G meets AI. Security anchored in hardware can protect the great value created. Learn how Rambus solutions secure the chips powering the 5G-AI revolution. 5G and AI Raise Security Risks for IoT Devices April 30th @ 11am PT | 2pm ET […]

Securing our IoT future

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The holiday season brought with it a surge of new IoT devices, from smart toys and doorbells to automatic pet feeders – and it doesn’t stop there. According to IDC, investment in IoT is predicted to top $1 trillion in 2020. As our homes, businesses and cities become more connected than ever before, this number […]

California’s IoT Law Is A Good Start, But More Needs To Be Done

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Passed by former California governor Jerry Brown, cybersecurity law SB-327 went into effect on Jan. 1. This proactive legislation requires manufacturers to equip IoT devices with “reasonable” security features to prevent unauthorized access, modification and data leaks. Specifically, SB-327 requires manufacturers to implement a unique preprogrammed (default) password for each device. Additionally, manufacturers must ensure that users […]

California’s IoT law is a good start, but more needs to be done

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Written by Paul Karazuba, head of product, Rambus Security Passed by former California governor Jerry Brown, cybersecurity law SB-327 is slated to go into effect on January 1, 2020. This proactive legislation requires manufacturers to equip IoT devices with “reasonable” security features to prevent unauthorized access, modification and data leaks. Specifically, SB-327 requires manufacturers to […]

MIPI CSI-2 Controller Core

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MIPI CSI-2 Controller Core Contact Us The Rambus MIPI CSI-2 controller core is optimized for high performance, low power and small size. The core is fully compliant with the CSI-2 standard and implements all three layers defined therein: Pixel to Byte Packing, Low Level Protocol, and Lane Management. For automotive safety-critical applications, an ASIL-B version […]

Inside Secure

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Rambus Completes Acquisition of the Verimatrix Silicon IP, Secure Protocols and Provisioning Business On December 8th, we announced the successful completion of our acquisition of the Verimatrix silicon IP, secure protocols and provisioning business, formerly Inside Secure.  This acquisition brings together a combined portfolio of products, including the secure silicon IP and provisioning solutions from both […]

PKA-IP-150

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PKA-IP-150 RSA/ECC Public Key Accelerators Contact Us The PKA-IP-150 is a family of Public Key Accelerators (PKA) IP cores designed for full scalability and an optimal “performance over gate count” deployment. Silicon-proven, the PKA-IP-150 address the unique high-speed, high-security requirements of semiconductor OEMs and provides a reliable and cost-effective IP solution that is easy to […]

AES-IP-36

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AES-IP-36 AES ECB/CBC/CTR accelerators Contact Us The AES-IP-36 (EIP-36) is IP for accelerating the AES symmetric cipher algorithm (FIPS-197), supporting ECB, CBC and CTR modes up to 12.8 Gbps @ 1GHz. Designed for fast integration, low gate count and full transforms, the AES-IP-36 accelerator provides a reliable and cost-effective embedded IP solution that is easy […]

AES-IP-38

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AES-IP-38 AES XTS/GCM Accelerators Contact Us The AES-IP-38 (EIP-38) is IP for accelerating the AES symmetric cipher algorithm supporting GCM or XTS modes at extreme speeds up to 100 Gbps+ @ 850 MHz. Designed for fast integration, fast key switching and high performance, the AES-IP-38 accelerator provides a reliable and cost-effective embedded IP solution that […]

AES-IP-39

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AES-IP-39 AES “All Modes” Accelerators Contact Us The AES-IP-39 (EIP-39) is IP for accelerating the AES symmetric cipher algorithm (FIPS-197), supporting all NIST modes including ECB, CBC, CTR, CFB, OFB, CCM, GCM, CBC-MAC, CMAC, XTS, F8, F9 modes of operation up to 6.4 Gbps @ 1GHz. Designed for fast integration, low gate count and full […]

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