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GOWIN Semiconductor Licenses Intrinsic ID’s BroadKey To Deliver Hardware Root Of Trust For IoT Security

By January 24, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

GOWIN Semiconductor Corp., the world’s leading innovator of programmable logic devices, and Intrinsic ID, the world’s leading provider of digital authentication technology for Internet of Things security, today announced GOWIN has licensed Intrinsic ID’s BroadKey, an SRAM PUF-based key management system with integrated crypto libraries. GOWIN will utilize BroadKey to implement a secure element function in its FPGA products, including in RISC-V-based solutions. By enabling these features, GOWIN becomes the first low to mid-density FPGA company with the ability to provide system security from root of trust applications all the way to cloud channel applications.
GOWIN delivers a range of FPGA solutions targeting segments including communication, industrial, automotive, medical, cloud computing and data center applications. Product families in which GOWIN will include BroadKey-based security initially are its Arora and LittleBee families. Arora products offer best-in-class performance-to-cost ratio FPGAs, optimized for co-processing to offload the RISC-V application processor on intensive computation tasks. The LittleBee products with embedded Arm processors are instant-on, non-volatile, low-power, intensive I/O and small footprint FPGAs, ideal for high-performance bridging applications. It is the first FPGA to support the MIPI I3C and MIPI D-PHY standards.
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