The CEC1702 is a Microsoft Azure for IoT Certified device with DICE (Device Identity Composition Engine) hardware capability. Contact email@example.com for more information.
The CEC1702 is a full-featured ARM® Cortex®-M4-based microcontroller with a complete hardware cryptography-enabled solution in a single package. This low-power but powerful, programmable 32-bit microcontroller offers easy-to-use encryption, authentication, private and public key capabilities and allows customer programming flexibility to minimize customer risk. The CEC1702 also provides significant performance improvements when compared to firmware-based solutions. The device’s hardware cryptographic cipher suite reduces compute time by orders of magnitude over software solutions, and, as an example, provides 20x-50x performance improvement for PKE acceleration as well as 100x improvement for encryption/decryption. This robust hardware-based feature set results in applications that can run security measures quickly, effectively and with significantly lower cost and power consumption.
A complete set of third party development tools is available to help get your design to market. Support is included for Microchip CEC1702 in IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM (EWARM) 7.70. MikroElektronika provides a complete development toolchain for Microchip CEC1702 ARM® Cortex®-M4F MCUs, including Compilers, Development Boards, Programmers / Debuggers.
The SecureIoT1702 Demo board is a small form factor evaluation board that can be used for development, evaluation and demos. The SecureIoT1702 Demo board is designed to utilize the processing and the hardware capabilities of the CEC1702 cryptography enabled ARM® Cortex®-M4-based microcontroller.
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The SecureIoT1702 Demo board is a Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT device.
The CEC1702 full-featured ARM® Cortex®-MF4-based microcontroller, with a complete hardware cryptography-enabled solution in a single package, is DICE capable.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on Microchip’s CEC1702 enabled products.