Arrow Electronics launches secure provisioning service for NXP devices

By eeNews Europe

To accomplish the service, Arrow has expanded the programming facilities at its distribution centre in Venlo, Netherlands. The service will initially be available EMEA customers, with a full global rollout planned for the future.


The NXP A71CH secures IoT peer-to-peer or cloud connections in smart home/city and industrial applications. The solution is based on a root of trust at the silicon level with security functions including encrypted key storage, key generation and derivation to protect private information and credentials for mutual authentication. The A71CH can be provisioned by Arrow with the credentials necessary for autonomous cloud onboarding and peer-to-peer authentication.


Arrow has installed a Data I/O Sentrix security provisioning and data programming system at the Venlo warehouse. Data I/O has collaborated closely with NXP in support of A71CH Secure Element to offer secure provisioning and personalisation.


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