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Infineon Technologies OPTIGA™ Trust M IoT Security Development Kit | Featured Product Spotlight

August 30, 2022 by Mouser Electronics

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Infineon Technologies OPTIGA™ Trust M IoT Security Development Kit

Infineon Technologies OPTIGA™ Trust M IoT Security Development Kit develops and evaluates end-to-end security use cases for IoT devices.

The Development Kit can also build additional IoT security use cases such as IP protection, crypto offloading, secured firmware updates, and more. ModusToolbox™ supports the Infineon OPTIGA Trust M IoT Security Development Kit.

The kit enables users to prototype various security use cases and build full-featured IoT applications. The board includes the OPTIGA™ Trust M security solution, the PSoC™ 62, an Arm® Cortex®-M4 and M0+ microcontroller, and the AIROC™ CYW43012 Wi-Fi® and BLUETOOTH® combo chip. The AIROC™ CYW43012 is a low power device that supports dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0.

The development board is delivered with two ready-to-use security use cases including the secured communication with AWS over MQTT with crypto support from OPTIGA Trust M as well as the secured zero-touch cloud provisioning using CIRRENT™ Cloud ID and the pre-provisioned X.509 certificate delivered with the OPTIGA Trust M.

The  OPTIGA™ Trust M IoT Security Development Kit allows for instant evaluation of secured cloud communication and secured cloud provisioning use cases and the flexibility to quickly develop full-featured IoT device prototypes.

All main board components are provided by Infineon and supported via ModusToolbox™

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