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World’s top MCU makers rely on Intrinsic ID technology to secure their microcontrollers. Our PUF IP allows your customers to deliver a root-of-trust in IoT applications where product authentication and cloning protection is essential. Integrating Intrinsic ID’s SRAM PUF IP in your chips enables easy-to-use provision tools to make security deployment and product management simple for your customers. Our highly secure root-of-trust solution gives you the ability to drive mass market adoption – ensures you can continue to meet the market demand for high secure identification solutions.

  • Intrinsic ID’s hardware IP is not just a sum of individual hardware cores that link to a PUF but a securely integrated system that generates and manages device-unique high-entropy keys with a layered protection against attack countermeasures.
  • Intrinsic ID Software IP allows your customers to protect their assets from being stolen or cloned during manufacturing, and provide authentication and encryption functions for edge-to-cloud applications. Our software solutions can be retrofitted in existing chips

Intrinsic ID’s SRAM PUF is being used as trust anchor in NXP MCUssecure vaults, secure device managers among others.

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