NXP Security Products

NXP communication and security devices are built to enhance applications in connected transportation, smart connected solutions, and end-to-end security and privacy applications. Explore six NXP product families and discover how you can effectively put their advanced security and performance features to use in your solutions.

For this Arrow Product Insights, we present six communication and security product families from NXP that are driving innovation in safe and secure connected transportation, smart connected solutions, and end-to-end security and privacy applications across a wide technological landscape.

NXP’s QorIQ processor family integrates crypto acceleration that allows you to develop secure connections without a performance penalty for the world’s new virtualized networks ranging from the wireless infrastructure, to the smart grid, to the home.

One product within this family is the QorIQ LS1012A. This processor is the world’s smallest and lowest power 64-bit processor making it ideal for battery-powered and space-constrained applications such as those found in smart homes.

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NXP Semiconductors Embedded System Development Boards and Kits View

An alternative cyber security microcontroller is the MPC5748G which delivers a secure central node connecting all vehicle domains across all interfaces. An ideal application is the automotive gateway which connects advanced safety features such as radar and night vision along with the vehicle’s infotainment system.

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NXP Semiconductors Development Kits and Tools View

NXP’s family of i.MX application processors deliver many hardware-enabled security features including secure boot, secure software downloads, and on-the-fly DRAM encryption for digital rights management, secure e-commerce, and information encryption applications. Many retail stores and popular coffee shops – where customers’ sensitive digital information is constantly flowing – could take advantage of these hardware-enabled security features.

 The i.MX 6UL, or the 6 UltraLite, is a high-performance, ultra-efficient processor family featuring an advanced implementation of a single ARMCortex-A7 core. An ideal application for this processor would be a smart-home where there exist home network hubs, security systems, and energy metering equipment.

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NXP Semiconductors Embedded System Development Boards and Kits View

NXP’s family of high-performance Kinetis K8x  ARM Cortex-M4 microcontrollers builds upon the Kinetis microcontroller portfolio. Both the Kinetis K81 and the Kinetis K82 are 150 mega-hertz advanced security microcontrollers with scalable memory.  The K81 comes with Anti-Tamper Features while the K82 has a cryptographic co-processor. Large retail stores and smart homes could find this security microcontroller a necessity given today’s hacking environment.

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NXP Semiconductors Embedded System Development Boards and Kits View

NXP’s NTAG I2C plus is designed to be the perfect enabler for NFC in home-automation and to benefit from the increased security and convenience level achieved by NFC network commissioning. This device can be embedded to just about any electronic device with a very low bill of materials cost and easy integration. Think IoT devices such as light bulbs, security sensors, and wireless audio speakers.

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NXP Semiconductors RF/Wireless Development Boards and Kits View

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