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Intrinsic-ID increase MIPS security

Steve Bush has an article in Eletronics Weekly about Imagination Technology — the company that owns MIPS chips — teaming with “Eindhoven chip security firm Intrinsic-ID to add a ‘physically un-cloneable function’ (PUF) to MIPS cores – initially the M5150 CPU – for authentication and anti-cloning.”

Imagination increases security on MIPS processors

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