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Silicon Fingerprints and Smartphone Modules

Adventures in Unclonable Function Technology and Project Ara Development

Ready. Set. Authenticate. This week’s Fish Fry investigates how Microsemi FPGAs are changing the cyber-security landscape one PUF (Physically Unclonable Function) at a time. My guest is Tim Morin from Microsemi. Tim joins Fish Fry for the first time – discussing the zeros and ones of PUF technology, explaining why it’s so important to today’s IoT products, and revealing what it’s really like to own fourteen (whoa) horses. Also this week, I unveil some seriously cool news from the most recent Google Project Ara Developer’s Conference.

 

 

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Links for January 16, 2015

On the Scene: Project Ara

Fish Fry: Google’s Smartphone Revolution – Inside Project Ara

More information about Project Ara

eInfochips and Toshiba Unveil Development Kits to Accelerate Development of Google Project Ara Modular Smartphones

Microsemi Steps Up Its Cyber Security Leadership in FPGAs: SmartFusion2 SoC FPGAs and IGLOO2 FPGAs Enhanced with Physically Unclonable Function Technology

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