Category Archives: IP Cores

WISeKey Partners with Cortus to Secure Automated Vehicles Capable of Controlling All Aspects of Driving Without Human Intervention


Geneva, Switzerland / Mauguio, France – March 24, 2021: WISeKey International Holding Ltd. (“WISeKey”) (SIX: WIHN, NASDAQ: WKEY), a leading global cybersecurity, AI, and IoT company, and Cortus SAS (“Cortus”), a leader in custom Systems-on-Chip (SoC) design services and IP core provider, today announced they have entered into a strategic

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San-Francisco, CA, March 15th, 2021 – Secure-IC, the rising leader and only global provider of end-to- end cybersecurity solutions for embedded systems and connected objects today announced its partnership with the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to accelerate security technology innovation for DARPA programs as part of the

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CEO Talk: Nikos Zervas, CEO, CAST Inc.

This interview was held with Nikos Zervas, CEO, CAST Inc.

Tell me about CAST?
CAST came to life in 1993. It is based in NJ, USA and has R&D offices in the Czech Republic and Greece.  As a company, we develop, sell, and support semiconductor

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CEO Talk: Hassan TRIQUI of Secure-IC

This interview was held with Hassan TRIQUI, co-founder & CEO Secure-IC.

Tell me a bit about your background? How did you first get started with Secure-IC?
I have a background in electrical engineering, but I am the kind of guy who turned out to be more

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Velodyne Lidar Licenses TSN IP Core from CAST

In 2019, Velodyne Lidar, Inc., a global leader in lidar solutions for automotive and autonomous applications, selected IP from CAST to add Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) capabilities to its sensor products.
Focused exclusively on lidar and with a heritage of technical innovation and customer satisfaction, Velodyne sought a similar partner

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New AXI Scatter-Gather DMA Core Transfers Streaming Data to/from System Memory

Data processing accelerators are often designed with streaming interfaces and are meant for continuous flow through a custom hardware processing pipeline. Such cores include engines for compression, cryptography, or packet processing. A custom hardware pipeline built of such cores would be similar to this:

Sometimes, though, designers

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