Infineon’s 40nm SLC3x Security Platform Touts Performance and Flexibility

December 13, 2019 Alix Paultre

Infineon Technologies released their latest generation of security cryptocontrollers, featuring up to 2 MB of non-volatile memory, contact- and contactless interfaces, and co-processor supported cryptography (symmetric and asymmetric). The platform is based on a 32-bit ARM SecurCore SC300 dual-interface security CPU, and uses SOLID Flash memory.

Right-fit members of the series support an application spectrum ranging from low-cost contact-based prepaid and loyalty cards, through standard dual-interface payment and identity cards, to biometric system-on-card solutions and wearable devices. Compliant with EMVCo specifications, the SLC3x product family enables contactless payment transaction times below 200 milliseconds, even in scenarios with low reader field strengths or in combination with small antenna designs. 

 

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