Build a Secure System-on-Chip for Mainstream and Constrained IoT Devices
The Arm Corstone-201 reference package contains many elements to help SoC designers build secure systems faster. It includes three subsystems, based on Arm Cortex-M3, Cortex-M23 andCortex-M33 processors, that provide a solid base for either mainstream or constrained SoC design.
Features and Benefits
Save engineering work that could be invested in differentiation. Corstone-201 integrates processor and security IP, together with the most relevant system components, to form a verified system that is configurable and modifiable.
Speed up time to security and reduce risk with Corstone-201, designed according to Platform Security Architecture (PSA) principles. Add security IP such as Arm CryptoCell to an Arm TrustZone enabled system.
SoC designers can benefit from reduced development costs, as well as out-of-the-box testbenches, extensive resources and the ability to reuse the same Corstone design for several SoC variations.
Components of the Corstone-201
The Corstone-201 includes a number of flexible subsystems and system IP blocks that provide the perfect starting point for SoC design. Explore the components of Corstone-201 by clicking the hot spots below.
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Additional security IP helps protect devices from software, physical, lifecycle, and communication attacks.
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.
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 a variety of low-cost, power-efficient IoT and embedded products.