AES technology for IoT devices

A technique for compressing the computations of encryption and decryption operations, known as Galois field arithmetic operations, has been developed by a team from Tohoku University. With this technique, the team is said to have developed the world's most efficient Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) cryptographic processing circuit, with an energy consumption reduced by more than 50%.

  • AES crypto processing technology for IoT devices

    A technique for compressing the computations of encryption and decryption operations, known as Galois field arithmetic operations, has been developed by a team from Tohoku University. With this technique, the team is said to have developed the world's most ... Read More
  • Tinahe-2 supercomputer to process SKA data

    An international team has developed a software system to manage data from the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope and they are running a protoype on the ‘Tianhe-2’ supercomputer in China.

    “It is known as the SKA Science Data Processor, or the ...
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  • RFEL unveils off-the-shelf driver vision aid for military vehicles

    RFEL has unveiled Trailblazer, a new HD-SDI and Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA) compliant military driver vision aid.

    The driver camera sub-system is intended to improve driver and crew effectiveness by extending the field of view beyond the ...
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  • Rechargeable lithium metal batteries double in power

    SolidEnergy Systems has developed an ‘anode-free’ lithium metal battery that it claims make it twice as energy-dense, yet just as safe as lithium ion batteries. The company, founded in 2012, was spun out of MIT.

    The company has shrunk the size of ...
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