Protecting integrity and authenticity of embedded devices and systems
OPTIGA™ TPM (Trusted Platform Module) offers a broad portfolio of standardized security controllers to protect the integrity and authenticity of embedded devices and systems. With a secured key store and support for a variety of encryption algorithms, OPTIGA™ TPM security chips provide robust protection for critical data and processes through their rich functionality.
Standardized and certified protection for a broad range of applications
OPTIGA™ TPM security controllers are ideal for platforms running both Windows and Linux (and its derivatives)*. Based on Trusted Computing Group (TCG) standards, they support the TPM 1.2 or the latest innovative TPM 2.0 standard.
*SLB 9645 product versions for Chrome OS available.
- High-end security controller with advanced cryptographic algorithms implemented in hardware (e.g. RSA & ECC256, SHA-256)
- Common Criteria (EAL4+) and FIPS security certification
- Flexible integration thanks to SPI, I2C or LPC interface support
- Extended temperature range (-40 to +85°C) for a variety of applications
- Reduced risk based on proven technology
- Fast time to market through concept reuse
- Easy integration into all platform architectures and operating systems (Windows, Linux & derivatives
In a bid to meet rising demand for security, many manufacturers and system providers are looking for customized, easy-to-implement solutions that support rapid design-in and deployment by integrating seamlessly into existing and new computing designs. The Trusted Computing Group (TCG) has defined a range of open, vendor-neutral, global industry standards to support interoperable, Trusted Computing platforms. Trusted Computing aims to detect unauthorized changes to a system based on an established security anchor embedded in a computing device. This is achieved with a dedicated microprocessor to support the secured integration of cryptographic keys into the device. The basic keys stored in the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) are processed and used internally, with all cryptographic functions being protected. Long established in computer designs, Trusted Computing is now moving into a much broader application spectrum across industries as diverse as automotive and industrial automation.
As one of the founding members and key drivers within TCG, Infineon continues to bring the benefits of standardization to its customers. Our aim is to provide you with strong, proven security solutions offering reduced integration effort. You can build on our long-standing expertise and reliability to protect sensitive data, establish strong machine identity and integrity, and support secure authentication by protecting certificates, keys and passwords. Backed by our global support team, we offer a market-leading range of OPTIGA™ TPM products supporting all standard interfaces over a wide temperature range. In fact, we were the first semiconductor player to complement our TPM 1.2 offering with a TPM 2.0 product to support the next generation of embedded Trusted Computing applications. Find out more about our OPTIGA™ TPM family and how our portfolio scales across interfaces, packages and temperature ranges to meet individual application needs.
The IoT Solutions World Congress awarded Infineon for Best Solution in Manufacturing. Mocana, who recently joined the Infineon Security Partner Network (ISPN) and Infineon take security for IoT to the next level by combining advanced security features with our highly valued and widely used OPTIGA™ TPM.
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