Unlike simple crypto-only accelerators, intelligent packet engines contain complete protocol knowledge, delivering the benefits of throughput acceleration and CPU offload. Vault Intelligent Packet Engine IP offers acceleration of IPsec, MACsec, SSL/TLS/DTLS, sRTP and basic hash-crypto operations at target speeds ranging from 100Mbps to 50Gbps and beyond, in architectures ranging from the traditional look-aside engines to the more sophisticated, powerful inline packet engines.
A complete solution comprising of a family of Vault MACsec Security IP and a MACsec software toolkit targeting IP phones, switches, bridges, and routers for Layer 2 LAN and Metro Ethernet communications. Build Ethernet switch fabrics and PHY devices using Vault MACsec IP engines to reach speeds from 1 Gbps, 10Gbps, 100Gbps, 400 Gbps and beyond. The IP provides a complete and standard compliant MACsec solution, which ensures auditable compliance while reducing development cost and time to market.
Vault-IP is an IP ecosystem protecting the SoC platform, its identity and operation, so it can securely boot and protect sensitive key material and assets. It provides secure, energy efficient accelerated security functions. Vault-IP has cryptographic and security functions on board to build trusted solutions; it includes a rich set of cryptographic services that are executed independently from the general purpose computing resources.
Inside Secure’s cryptographic algorithm accelerator IP cores are standalone hardware IP cores for accelerating various symmetric, asymmetric ciphers, HASH and HMAC-based integrity algorithms, as well as true random number generators (TRNG). Vault IP cryptographic engines can be used for accelerating applications for storage, LTE, PKI/PKA infrastructure, HDCP.
Inside Secure’s Hash and HMAC accelerator IP cores are standalone hardware IP cores for accelerating various HASH and HMAC-based integrity algorithms. These cores are also embedded in packet engines as well as Vault-IP products.
Inside Secure’s cipher accelerator IP cores are standalone hardware IP cores for accelerating various symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic primitive algorithms. These cores are also embedded in packet engines as well as Vault-IP products.