Intrinsic ID works with prominent technology partners to overcome some of today’s most challenging security problems with innovative and reliable products and solutions.
Development of a DRM tool for silicon IP based on Intrinsic ID‘s SRAM PUF.
Amazon Web Services
An Advanced tier Technology Partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network. Recognized for ability to deliver unclonable device identities, a requirement AWS has stated as critical to its cloud services.
Adding Intrinsic ID‘s authentication to CPU/MCU cores by Andes enabled designers building IoT devices to incorporate security exceeding that found in continuously monitored consumer devices.
Intrinsic ID is a member of the Arm Partnership program and has ported its IP on various Arm cores.
Development of embedded security features in the HyperX Software Defined System processor from Coherent Logix, addressing use cases in the military, public safety and commercial markets.
Developed the first commercially available Voice over IP (VoIP) processor circuit to include Intrinsic ID’s PUF technology.
Joint work to provide cost-effective provisioning of unique, certified device identities rooted in hardware that can be adapted to any existing manufacturing workflow.
Jointly developing customer security solutions leveraging Intrinsic ID’s SRAM PUF-based key management system and Guardtime’s KSI Blockchain.
Enabled Intrinsic ID security and authentication technology for Imagination’s MIPS M-class M5150 CPU targeting low-power applications such as M2M, IoT and embedded control.
New use cases in the Internet of Things, e.g with connected medical devices are developed together with Intrinsic ID‘s SRAM PUF technology for key storage and authentication.
Developed secure microcontrollers for smart cards and other applications to provide the highest levels of security for cloud-based transactions.
Worked with Altera (now Intel PSG) to integrate Intrinsic ID‘s advanced security solutions into Altera’s Stratix 10 FPGAs and SoCs to enable authentication in applications running on FPGAs.
Partnered to develop TrustedSensor, providing the root of trust for protecting sensor data that is generated as part of the IoT.
Developed a secure boot solution for mission-critical electronic systems in government, aerospace and defense markets.
MIPS / Imagination
Developed top-level security for mobile platforms, including applications such as media content protection, secure payment transactions and secure cloud storage.
Added SRAM PUF-based anti-cloning technology to NXP’s next-generation SmartMX2 microcontroller.
Integrated Intrinsic ID security as an additional functionality in Oberthur Technologies‘ ST33-based USIM Card.
Using Intrinsic ID security technology in SoCs to enable protection for high-quality video, medical cloud, mobile payment, and machine-to-machine authentication.
Selected Intrinsic ID security IP cores for applications requiring high levels of protection from tampering, cloning and reverse engineering.
Silex Inside (previously Barco Silex) and Intrinsic ID partner to enable the use of Intrinsic ID‘s BroadKey or QuiddKey with Inside’s eSECURE.
Intrinsic ID is a member of the Synopsys ARC Access Program and has ported authentication software to the ARC processors from Synopsys.
Intrinsic ID is a partner of the TSMC Soft IP Alliance Program and the companies are evaluating SRAM PUF Technology for new nodes/processes.
Integrating Intrinsic ID‘s SRAM PUF with Wind River VxWorks real-time operating system as a kernel library added key management services for cryptographic keys protection and provisioning.
IoT Security Foundation
Member of this non-profit, vendor-neutral organization established in 2015 to respond to the growing challenges and concerns over security.
An open source initiative called prpl PUF to bring security to the IoT by establishing a strong hardware-based root of trust across potentially billions of devices.