INSIDE Secure is a leading supplier of semiconductor IP and software, providing silicon-proven security for next generation SoC, ASIC and Many-core designs. Our track record of success with security IP extends for over 15 years; during that time we have built a portfolio of cores that is flexible, broad and deep. All Tier 1 and most Tier 2 semiconductor manufacturers trust INSIDE Secure's silicon proven SafeXcel IP products for their embedded security needs, giving us the biggest licensed security IP footprint in the semiconductor industry.
INSIDE Secure uses a building block approach to offer a range of solutions, with security IP choices for low gate count, low power designs, as well as configurations for extremely high performance requirements. This approach supports design tradeoffs between throughput, gate count and special capabilities which can be made with a high degree of granularity to closely match the requirements of your design’s end user targets.
Use our building blocks to get to market quickly with a comprehensive security solution that is optimized for your design. By selecting the best configuration of IP cores for your requirements, INSIDE delivers the features and performance you need without the expense and schedule impact of extensive development work.
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