Evaluation kit supports Connected Home over IP standards

November 04, 2020 //By Ally Winning
Infineon has launched a new evaluation kit that is intended to simplify the design and implementation of secured smart home devices.
Infineon has launched a new evaluation kit that is intended to simplify the design and implementation of secured smart home devices.

The new evaluation kit is based on an OPTIGA Trust M security solution for Raspberry Pi.

The device allows developers to take advantage of Infineon’s security hardware combined with the new Connected Home over IP standards that are being developed by the Zigbee Alliance. The new kit has been based on the Raspberry Pi platform to provide an easier and faster way of prototyping .

OPTIGA Trust M has many features that are valuable for the Connected Home over IP standards:

Common Criteria Certified EAL6+ hardware security controller

Infineon true Zero Touch Provisioning and Secured and Certified Chain of Trust

Secured data storage and full X.509 certificate handling

• Cryptographic  support for AES, ECC NIST and Brainpool P256/384/512, RSA, TLS

• TRNG/DRNG random number generators

I2C interface with Shielded Connection (AES encrypted and Authenticated communication)

Hibernating mode for zero power consumption

The “Connected home security evaluation kit with OPTIGA Trust M for Raspberry Pi” allows developers to easily implement these features . To get started, a ll that is needed for the integration is the OPTIGA Trust M and support software from Infineon, a Raspberry Pi board and Zigbee Alliance’s open source reference software implementation of the Connect Home over IP standards.

The evaluation kit supports the following:

  • X.509 certificates

  • Device authentication

  • ECC-256-384 / RSA 2048

  • Key management

  • Secured data storage

  • Encrypted I2C between Host and OPTIGA Trust M

  • Wi-Fi

  • BLE 5.0

More information

https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/evaluation-boards/optiga-trust-m-kit-conho/?redirId=134664

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