The Ideal Blend of Real-Time Determinism, Efficiency, and Security
The Cortex-M processor series is designed to enable developers to create cost-sensitive and power-constrained solutions for a broad range of devices. Optimized for cost and power-sensitive microcontroller and mixed-signal applications, the Cortex-M33 processor is designed to address embedded and Internet of Things (IoT) markets, especially those that require efficient security or digital signal control.
With TrustZone security on the Cortex-M33 processor, programmers can use a familiar programming model to more easily achieve software isolation, and create the security foundation required for modern IoT devices.
The Cortex-M33 includes digital signal processing (DSP), SIMD, and MAC instructions that help reduce design costs and simplify overall system design, software development, and debug.
The Arm Corstone-201 reference package includes a pre-verified subsystem and system IP that significantly accelerates the development of secure SoCs with the Cortex-M33 processor.
The Cortex-M33 processor with TrustZone and MPU has been certified to EAL6+ for the Common Criteria ISO 15408 standard. This industry-first certification provides SoC designers a trusted, simplified route to security for applications that require a high level of protection, such as identity cards, banking cards, and authentication apps.
Controllers are widely used in industrial applications. Cortex-M33 comes equipped with essential microcontroller features, including low latency interrupt handling, integrated sleep modes, and debug and trace capabilities, making it the ideal processor for industrial control.
The following Cortex-M33-based microcontrollers are available today to help developers design secure applications.
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