Read white paper: Protecting the FPGA Design From Common Threats

Nov. 12, 2010

As counterfeiting and IP theft increase, concerns regarding design and IP security also are on the rise. In the case of FPGAs, this requires protection of the bitstream and configuration of the device. Learn how FPGAs provide security features on a low-power platform, allowing designers to meet constraints and ship products with confidence their IP is protected. Download this brief form to access this important paper.

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