Build a Secure System-on-Chip for Constrained IoT Devices
The Arm Corstone-102 contains many elements to help SoC designers build secure systems faster. It provides a solid base for constrained SoC design, using Arm Cortex-M processors with TrustZone technology for hardware-enforced isolation.
Features and Benefits
Save engineering work that could be invested in differentiation. The Corstone-102 integrates the processor together with the most relevant system components, to form a subsystem that is configurable and modifiable.
Speed up time to security and reduce risk with Corstone-102, designed according to Platform Security Architecture (PSA) principles and built with Arm TrustZone technology.
SoC designers can benefit from reduced development costs, as well as out-of-the-box testbenches, extensive resources and the ability to reuse one Corstone for several SoC variations.
Components of the Corstone-102
The Corstone-102 includes a number of flexible subsystems and system IP blocks that provide the perfect starting point for SoC design. Explore the components of Corstone-102 by clicking the hot spots below.
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There are a range of Corstone reference packages available depending on device requirements. Explore the right option for your project.
Additional security IP helps protect devices from software, physical, lifecycle, and communication attacks.
The smallest and lowest-power microcontroller with TrustZone security, making it the ideal processor for applications where software isolation and software security are required.
The optimal balance between area, performance, and power makes the Cortex-M3 processor ideal for small, IoT devices. It has been deployed in billions of devices across a broad set of embedded applications and is backed by a rich ecosystem of software and tools.