IntellaSys USB NAND Flash Controller Complies With AES

May 3, 2007
The OnSpec xSil269 memory controller chip emerges as the industry's first such USB 2.0 NAND Flash controller to specify 128-bit, hardware-encrypted security. Compliant with the Advanced Encryption Standard, its hardware-embedded encryption/decryption

The OnSpec xSil269 memory controller chip emerges as the industry's first such USB 2.0 NAND Flash controller to specify 128-bit, hardware-encrypted security. Compliant with the Advanced Encryption Standard, its hardware-embedded encryption/decryption function combines with two-level software authentication of passwords to prevent unauthorized access. The controller also supports Windows ReadyBoost, a performance enhancement capability that is part of the Vista operating system. ReadyBoost allows a flash device to store information that is being used by a PC's memory manager. Compatible with USB1.1 and USB 2.0 interfaces, the chip supports NAND, NAND MLC, and AG-AND media. Up to four chip selects allow extended addressing. Integrating 4-byte FEC in real-time, it also packs a 16-bit processor, serial port, two general-purpose timers, and a watchdog timer in a 48-pin, 9 mm x 9 mm LQFP. Samples are available now. INTELLASYS CORP., Santa Clara, CA. (408) 727-1819

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