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Secure FPGA from Viva 2
2019-08-07
Webinar: How to Secure Devices with an SRAM PUF-based Unclonable Identity Using GOWIN SecureFPGA This webinar occurs several times. Please register for the date and time that works best for you.   Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 7 am and 11 am PT   Register now!   Presenters: Grant Jennings, Director of International Marketing, GOWIN Semiconductor Vincent van der Leest, Director of Product Marketing, Intrinsic ID   In partnership with Intrinsic ID, the leading IP provider of SRAM PUF solutions, GOWIN Semiconductor has developed an innovative FPGA product line called SecureFPGA to meet the security needs of next-generation products. SecureFPGA uses SRAM PUF (Physical Unclonable Function) technology to enable a hardware-based root of trust for device identification, key generation, firmware signing, and data encryption. For security robustness, the secret root key is never stored in the device but is instead generated as a fingerprint on demand, based on the intrinsic and unclonable properties of the FPGA’s SRAM.   This webinar will provide an overview of GOWIN’s SecureFPGA and its included security features, and examples of how the device is being used to provide a strong root of trust in a variety of user applications.   For more information on GOWIN Semiconductor and SecureFPGA, please visit us at https://www.gowinsemi.com/en/market/featured_detail/6/   After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.   Register now!   View System Requirements  
MIPI DevCon Taipei_工作區域 1
2019-10-18
Gowin Semiconductor Corp. will have a presentation at MIPI DevCon Taipei     We will have a presentation on the topic of “IoT Device and Data Security for uSoC FPGAs at the Edge” and will have a demonstration at the site.   Join us on 18 October for MIPI DevCon Taipei at the Grand Hyatt Taipei, we look forward to meeting you there.   More details can be found in below website: https://www.mipi.org/devcon/taipei/demo/demoparticipants