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Hardware root-of-trust solution meet functional safety standards for auto market

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Automation / Robotics Electronics Engineering Software Semiconductors hardware-based ISO 26262 root-of-trust ROT semiconductors

INTRINSIC ID QuiddiKey 400 hardware-based root-of-trust (RoT) solution for semiconductors in the automotive market meets stringent functional safety standards. Product has been developed following an ISO 26262 functional-safety-compliant flow and meets the ISO 26262 Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) B fault metric and ASIL D for systematics failures. It leverages SRAM PUF technology to create a hardware-based RoT that secures and protects electronic systems and components. Product provides a reliable RoT for ASIC, SoC, MCU and FPGA-based devices, which prevents attacks that can compromise functional safety and provides components with an unclonable identity to protect against counterfeiting. Product is based on the Intrinsic ID core PUF technology that has already been proven in the field over more than a decade with no known breach or failure.

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