Memory and Storage

Micron expands memory for IoT security at Electronica 2022

17 November 2022

Micron has expanded its cloud-based internet of things (IoT) security memory offerings at Electronica 2022, taking place this week in Munich, Germany.

Micron’s silicon root-of-trust solution, called Authenta, is enabled in a family of serial peripheral interface NOR (SPI-NOR) devices with increased density and packaging options. The memory will be used to help enterprises deploy and scale trust based IoT security at the intelligent edge.

Micron said cybersecurity is become a critical component in broad deployment of IoT and the expansion of the Micron cybersecurity portfolio will help to deliver secure cloud services at the edge.

The Authenta portfolio on a family of SPI-NOR devices is available in automotive and industrial-grade options, comes with 128 Mb to 256 Mb of memory sizes, 1.8 V to 3 V and a variety of packaging options. These devices could be integrated into servers, automotive, industrial IoT and consumer systems like wireless routers and smart home appliances.

The system has a strong level or protection at the lowest layers of IoT software and uses strong cryptographic identity and secure element features directly embedded in the flash memory.

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