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1 - 8 of 8 Press ReleasesApr 26, 2010

The CS1024PKA-Light uses the same algorithm processor as the CS1024PKA, but uses the single-digit multiplier in a sub-optimal mode for applications where silicon gate area is the driving cost factor.

Mar 01, 2010

Crack Semiconductor's CS256-ECC and CS1024-PKA processors offer amazing performance for GF(p) Elliptic Curve operations up to 512-bits based. . The CS256-ECC is a smaller, ECC-only variant of the CS1024-PKA processor with the same ECC performance.

Dec 18, 2009

Crack Semiconductor introduces the CS256-ECC, an ECC-only variant of its CS1024 PKA Processor with the SIMPLR(tm) integer state aware data path. The product's optimal multiplication technology enabled a very high performance to gate area ratio.

Dec 16, 2009

This White Paper provides the necessary modular mathematics number theory as the basis to discusses the implementation of RSA in an embedded RISC processor and why RSA offload processing is often a very practical system design choice.

Dec 14, 2009

Crack Semiconductor's CS1024-RSA "light-weight" 32-bit compute-offload processor has moved the RSA Silicon IP yardstick way up by delivering 177+ full-exponent RSA 1024-bit modular exponentiations operations per second.

Aug 31, 2009

Crack Semiconductor has published a White Paper entitled: A â€śNear Optimal Dual-Algorithm Public Key Offload Processor" which describes its area- and power-efficient Public Key Accelerator (PKA) Silicon IP solution.

Jul 30, 2009

Crack Semiconductor introduces the CS1024-RSA, an RSA-only variant of its CS1024 PKA Processor with the SIMPLR(tm) integer state aware data path and "on-the-fly" reconfigurable ALU controller for a very high performance to gate area ratio,

Jun 06, 2009

Crack Semiconductor is announcing a new PKI Accelerator able to perform RSA and Elliptic Curve Cryptography over a range of integer widths and Elliptic Curves.