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NXP LPC5500 MCU Series: Securing the edge with world’s first Arm Cortex-M33-based MCUs



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The LPC55S6x MCU devices feature a unique integrated security ecosystem providing layers of protection for embedded systems while protecting end products from unknown or unexpected threats over its life cycle, including SRAM PUF based root of trust and provisioning, real-time execution from encrypted images and debug authentication.  During this session we will describe in detail these new features and how they can be used to protect embedded systems.


About the LPC5500 Series

The LPC5500 Series is an Arm Cortex®-M33 based micro-controller for embedded applications. These devices include up to 320 KB of on-chip SRAM, up to 640 KB on-chip flash, high-speed and full-speed USB host and device interface with crystal-less operation for full-speed, five general-purpose timers, one SCTimer/PWM, one RTC/alarm timer, one 24-bit Multi-Rate Timer (MRT), a Windowed Watchdog Timer (WWDT), eight flexible serial communication peripherals (each of which can be a USART, SPI, I2C, or I2S interface), one 16-bit 1.0 Msamples/sec ADC, temperature sensor.


About Arm Cortex M33

The Arm Cortex M33 provides a security foundation, offering isolation to protect valuable IP and data with TrustZone® technology. It simplifies the design and software development of digital signal control systems with the integrated digital signal processing (DSP) instructions. To support security requirements, the LPC55S6x also offers support for HASH, AES, RSA, UUID, DICE, dynamic encrypt and decrypt, debug authentication, and TBSA compliance.

Webinar Presenters

Gordon Padkin, Regional Marketing Manager, NXP Semiconductors

Gordon has been working in the semiconductor industry all through his career with a focus on microcontroller from 8- 16- to 32bit and has worked with a range of customers developing solutions for a wide variety of different end applications.

Tomas Voda, System Engineer for LPC family, NXP Semiconductors

Tomas has been working in the semiconductor industry as application developer and actually with focus on microcontrollers NXP LPC family.

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A recording of this webinar will be available after the live event.

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    Mar 4, 2019 9:00 AM CST (America/Chicago)
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    Mar 4, 2019 10:00 AM CST (America/Chicago)
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