Technology

Analog Devices collaborates with ARM for IoT connected devices

Analog Devices collaborates with ARM for IoT connected devices

Analog Devices said it is collaborating with ARM to provide ultralow power microcontrollers (MCUs) that enable more secure and energy efficient Internet of Things (IoT) based devices.

By combining ADI’s innovative ultralow power mixed- signal technology with the new ARM Cortex-M33 processor featuring ARM TrustZone technology, ADI is addressing the growing need for data security in power-constrained IoT applications. As the world becomes increasingly connected, securing every node is critical to extending the growth of IoT adoption.

“ADI’s next generation of Cortex-M33-based IoT products combine our widely recognized leadership1 in energy efficiency and reliability with a secure architecture that protects our customers and their end users. Designers of IoT devices no longer need to sacrifice functionality or robustness to achieve efficiency benchmarks because ADI’s Cortex-M33 powered MCUs maintain a full suite of security and reliability capabilities vital to IoT applications ranging from remote health monitoring and wearables to industrial automation and smart cities,” said Mark Cox, director, IoT Platform Group, Analog Devices.

“Mass IoT deployments rely on the availability of a diverse set of intelligent devices that are secure, highly energy efficient and easy to manage,” said James McNiven, general manager, CPU and media processing groups, ARM. “ADI’s expertise in mixed-signal and precision analog technology complements the new ARM Cortex-M33 processor and ARM CoreLink™ SIE-200 system IP. The range of new MCUs enabled by our combined technologies will offer even greater choice for IoT device designers.”

The Cortex-M33 processor is based on the ARMv8-M architecture with proven TrustZone technology that helps secure trusted applications and data using hardware built into the processor. ADI’s existing ultralow power MCU based on a Cortex-M processor consumes less than 38 uA/MHz in active mode and 750 nA in standby mode. The next generation using the Cortex-M33 will take this energy efficiency to the next level and provide even more on-chip system-level security features.

ADI’s recent acquisition of the Cyber Security Solutions (CSS) business of Sypris Electronics LLC signals its commitment to IoT security and strengthens the company’s ability to deliver highly robust solutions from node to cloud.

Most Popular

The Red Mark has been established as a news portal to act as a conduit between the booming startup economy and the established, traditional players. Today's startups are tomorrow's small and medium business or large enterprise and we believe that no one can afford to be an island; if both work in tandem they can learn a lot from each other.

Contact Us

Address : 570, first floor, sector 22B , Gurgaon - 122015

Contact No. : 0124-4377494

For Any Query Please write below


Editorial : karma@theredmark.net

Advertisement : hem@theredmark.net

Subscribe to Our Newsletter





CAPTCHA


copy the digits from the image into this box

Copyright © 2016-2017 The Red Mark. All Rights Reserved.

To Top