Sondrel to demonstrate Samsung 28nm FDSoI eMRAM at Samsung Foundry Forum EMEA
Sondrel will be exhibiting at the Samsung Foundry Forum EMEA event in Munich on 10th October. Following the announcement in May this year concerning the collaboration between Sondrel, Samsung Foundry, Arm and Cadence, Sondrel will be demonstrating the Musca-S1 chip designed to proliferate secure IoT design. The Musca-S1 chip contains an industry leading embedded Magnetic Random Access Memory (eMRAM) which offers a higher performance and endurance alternative to the popular eFLASH, and is created using the Samsung 28nm FDSOI process making it a highly efficient, low power chip. The Musca-S1 chip incorporates hardware-based security features and is built in accordance with the Arm(R) Platform Security Architecture principles making it an ideal subsystem to use in larger more complex designs to provide chip to cloud security for any connected device.
Sondrel will be demonstrating the chip at the event, showing live data from sensors being transmitted securely over the cloud and visible from the Arm(R) Pelion device management platform to manage multiple edge node devices from a single interface. Pelion has also been designed using security principles and works in collaboration with the Musca-S1 chip to offer device owners a complete lifecycle management solution.
The Samsung Foundry Forum EMEA event will take place in the Munich Airport Hilton Hotel on Thursday 10th October 2019. For your personal invitation and to register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 118 983 8550.