Intelligent SoC introduce secure Linux micro modules

28th August 2013
Posted By : Nat Bowers
Intelligent SoC introduce secure Linux micro modules

Intelligent SoC has today announced the introduction of two new secure Linux micro modules, featuring 1x 10/100BaseT, and 2x 10/100BaseT, Ethernet ports, respectively. The ISGB014 and ISGB300 modules are built upon an ARM9 processor fully compatible with the Freescale iMX28x family. The Linux micro modules feature 512 MBytes of FLASH, 128 MBytes DDR2 memory, are Linux Kernel 2.6.35 ready and include all the necessary electronics to develop a variety of applications in communications and industrial control.

Security is our focus. The ISGB014 and ISGB300 are unique and offered impressive security features: they both integrate our outstanding Crypto Processor (ISZ0703KEH), which allows full protection of the embedded application, making impossible unauthorized code extraction, duplication or modification.

While making use of the de-facto standard for file system encryption, EncFS, we have built a Linux distribution that makes the use of our unique Crypto Processor (which implements cryptography conformant Elliptic Curves) to seamlessly secure passwords and critical information making it impossible for unauthorized users to access information stored on our modules.

Unauthorized users can only access ciphered content on the module which allows them to accomplish maintenance functions without the ability to access true deciphered information.

Featuring convenient reduced size dimensions of just 55x32mm, our outstanding high security Linux micro modules are ready for purchase starting at just 59€ per unit when ordering 5k units.


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