Our collaboration with Intrinsic-ID provides designers with an advanced security solution that enables them to combine Intrinsic ID’s PUF solution and Synopsys’ ARC EM Processors with SecureShield technology for a faster, easier path to securing their IoT devices.
John Koeter, Vice president of marketing for IP and prototyping at Synopsys
Microsemi is committed to providing the best security solutions in the FPGA market, and we’re pleased to partner with Intrinsic-ID to integrate their industry leading SRAM PUF technology into our SmartFusion®2 SoC FPGAs.
Esam Elashmawi, Executive Vice President & General Manager, Integrated Circuits and Solutions, Microsemi
Intrinsic-ID are industry leaders in offering PUF technology and our partnership with them enables us to build into our high-performance FPGAs and SoCs security features that are unmatched in the industry.
Dan McNamara, General Manager Programmable Solutions Group at Intel
Adding PUF technology to SmartMX2 chips helps to alleviate user doubts as we bring more security and trust to smart life solutions and provide our customers with a key competitive edge. As such, we’re very happy to have entered into this contract with Intrinsic-ID, the undisputed leader in PUF.
Ruediger Stroh , EVP and general manager, Identification business at NXP Semiconductors
We have one of the best equipped laboratories to help protect our clients’ credibility and brand image so new approaches to hardware security are of vital interest to us. After a set of experiments using voltage contrast techniques, we found none of the attacks to be successful against an SRAM – based PUF solution.
John Walker, Laboratory Manager at SiVenture
This extensive security evaluation of PUFs at 65 nm, in which Thales Communications &Security has taken part, is the first of its kind to go public. Beyond the protection against counterfeiting, PUFs can be used to securely conceal cryptographic keys used by functions such as local memory protection.
Jérôme Quévremont, Head of a SoC/SoFPGA development lab at Thales

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How does our Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) work?

  • Step 1: uncontrollable variations
    fixed during manufacturing

  • Step 2: SRAM cells have
    preferred startup state

  • Step 3: Unique pattern ->
    silicon 'PUF' fingerprint

  • Step 4: Turned to cryptographic key ->
    standard certified crypto

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Our Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) Products

Physical Unclonable Functions (PUF): a new security technology for scalable cryptographic key management and asset protection for IoT endpoints leveraging uncontrollable nano-scale variations in silicon chips

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Protect integrated circuits with PUF, from small microcontrollers and sensors to large application processors and FPGAs.
Embedded security for devices and component based on leading PUF technology
Leverage PUF to protect sensitive key material. Enable in-the-field provisioning and personalisation of devices.
Chip identification and counterfeit detection using PUF fingerprint

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