The Crypto Module is a versatile and multi-purpose solution for a wide range of security needs. It enables a comprehensive approach to cryptography offloading and security enhancement.
“The IP cores in this CAVP batch are used in various applications and protocols, and are critical to be validated by a well-established third party”.
The portfolio is boosted with two new extreme-speed and one high-speed IP cores. “Xiphera is now even better positioned to solve the most demanding encryption requirements for our customers.”
Xiphera completes its Random Number Generation portfolio with two new Pseudorandom Number Generator IP cores.
Xiphera has just finished their first round of CAVP validations for cryptographic IP cores.
FPGAs and ASICs carry plenty of similarities but are also different in multiple levels. Xiphera offer security for both, letting the customers choose either one based on their specific needs and requirements.
Xiphera’s TLS products are compact in size and can be used even in resource constrained devices.
The new Ascon lightweight IP core offers a smaller alternative for devices with limited resources.
The new digital signature implementation allows Xiphera’s customers to build versatile cryptosystems that are protected against the quantum threat.
CRYSTALS-Kyber, the winner IP core of the NIST Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) competition, is optimised for good balance between performance and resource utilisation.