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    ADI and ARM work together to enhance the security and energy efficiency of connected devices

    Analog Devices, Inc. (NYSE: ADI) today announced that it has partnered with ARM to build a family of ultra-low-power microcontrollers (MCUs) to enable secure and energy-efficient Internet of Things (IoT) devices. ADI combines its innovative ultra-low-power mixed-signal technology with ARM TrustZone's new ARM Cortex-M33 processor to address the growing data security needs of power-constrained, connected applications. As the world becomes more and more closely linked to ensure that each node is to promote the security of the key to the development of Internet of things.

    "We are pleased to work with ARM to work together to provide an ultra-low-power MCU for local implementation of more sophisticated algorithms and more advanced intelligence," said Mark Cox, director of the ADI Internet of Things platform. ADI's next-generation Cortex-M33-based Internet of Things products combine our well-known leading energy efficiency technology 1 with the high-reliability security architecture that protects our customers and their end users.IoT device designers no longer have to sacrifice efficiency requirements The functionality or robustness of the product is critical to the IoT application, whether it is for remote health monitoring and wearable devices, industrial automation and smart city, and ADI's Cortex-M33 MCUs are fully integrated with security and reliability. "

    "Large-scale deployment of the Internet of Things relies on a range of intelligent devices that are safe, energy efficient and easy to manage," said James McNiven, general manager, CPU and Media Processing, ARM. "ADI's mixed-signal and precision analog- "The expertise complements the new ARM Cortex-M33 processors and the ARM CoreLink® SIE-200 system IP, and a number of new MCUs implemented through our portfolio of technologies will provide designers of networking devices with a better choice."

    Based on the ARMv8-M architecture, the Cortex-M33 processor utilizes TrustZone technology to secure trusted applications and data through the processor's built-in hardware. ADI's existing Cortex-M processor-based ultra-low power MCUs consume less than 38uA / MHz in active mode and less than 750nA in standby mode. The next generation of Cortex-M33-based MCUs will enable higher levels of energy efficiency and provide more on-chip system-level security.

    ADI recently acquired Sypris Electronics LLC's Network Security Solutions (CSS) business, a move that demonstrates ADI's commitment to secure the Internet of Things while enhancing its ability to deliver highly robust "node-to-cloud" solutions.