ST Technology Tour – Boston

Join SecureRF at the ST Technology Tour in Burlington, MA. SecureRF’s Vice President of Engineering, Drake Smith will be speaking at 9:50 am on the topic of implementing authentication and data protection on STM32F7x0 Value Line MCUs for real-time IoT devices. In addition, SecureRF personnel will be on hand to demonstrate SecureRF’s performance compared to…

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Synopsys ARC Processor Summit

At the Synopsys ARC Processor Summit, Drake Smith, SecureRF Vice President of Development, will be present Accelerating Group Theoretic Cryptography with ARC APEX Instructions. He will explain how a mathematically efficient cryptographic operation is significantly sped up using the ARC Processor Extensions (APEX) and discuss an approach using  Synopsys ARChitect, MetaWare, and Intel Quartus Prime. Attendees…

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Intel Global IoT DevFest III

SecureRF will be participating in Intel’s Global IoT DevFest III Conference, which will be taking place June 19-20, 2018. This is a two-day virtual conference that features online training, demo showcasing, executive keynotes, and networking sessions, led by IoT thought leaders and technology experts from around the globe. SecureRF’s CEO Louis Parks and VP of…

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Linley Fall Processor Conference 2018

SecureRF is a Gold sponsor of the Linley Fall Processor Conference which will be held on October 31 – November 1, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Santa Clara, CA. This two-day, single-track conference features technical presentations addressing processors for communications, IoT, servers, and advanced automotive systems.  Come see why Linley analysts named SecureRF “Best…

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NIST PQC Standardization Conference

NIST has initiated a process to solicit, evaluate, and standardize one or more quantum-resistant public-key cryptographic algorithms. NIST’s Computer Security Research Center will be hosting the First PQC Standardization Conference on April 11-13, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. SecureRF’s Walnut Digital Signature Algorithm™ has been accepted by NIST for evaluation as a quantum-resistant cryptography standard,…

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