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Comm Processor Has Security Engine On-Chip

April 1, 2003
Addressing security requirements in the SOHO gateway and wireless markets, the RC32365 integrated communications processor features an on-chip security engine that supports current security standards, including DES, 3DES and the advanced encryption

Addressing security requirements in the SOHO gateway and wireless markets, the RC32365 integrated communications processor features an on-chip security engine that supports current security standards, including DES, 3DES and the advanced encryption standard (AES). The device also integrates a true random number generator (RNG) to allow cryptographic applications. Offered as the first in the company’s Interprise Access family to incorporate hardware-based security-acceleration, the RC32365 integrates a 32-bit MIPS CPU core operating at speeds up to 150 MHz, a SDRAM controller, and two Ethernet MACs with standard MII interfaces. It also provides a 32-bit, version 2.2 PCI controller and a 16-bit PCMCIA version 2.1 interface. A crypto API, compatible with a range of embedded operating systems including VxWorks and Linux, is available that permits integration of users’ proprietary software with the processor’s hardware drivers. The processor comes in a 256-ball BGA priced at $17 each/10,000. INTEGRATED DEVICE TECHNOLOGIES INC., Santa Clara, CA. (408) 492-8314.

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