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Strong countermeasures to DPA help protect tamper-resistant products used in applicationsCryptography Research, Inc. (CRI), a division of Rambus, and INVIA SAS (INVIA) recently announced they have entered into an agreement enabling INVIA to develop products incorporating Differential Power Analysis (DPA) countermeasures for use by licensees of CRI's DPA patents. INVIA provides security-related semiconductor design IP and embedded software to ASIC and FPGA designers. "...
CRI has developed a portfolio of over 55 patents covering countermeasures to DPA attacksCryptography Research, Inc. (CRI), a division of Rambus, and Mikron JSC (Mikron), a division of SITRONICS JSC, recently announced they have signed a license agreement regarding the use of CRI's patents in Mikron products, including Mikron's secure integrated circuits. Incorporation of CRI's patented technology can protect Mikron's tamper-resistant products against differential power analysis (DPA) and relate...
Security systems by Cryptography Research save USD 100's of billions annually for various industriesCryptography Research, Inc. (CRI) announced that in 2010 more than five billion security products were manufactured under license to CRI's semiconductor security technologies. Long-term R&D investments focussed on developing solutions to security challenges facing a range of semiconductor security products, as well as traction in new industries, gave rise to the company's business a...
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