STM32L5 ultra-low-power MCUs provide enhanced security features

October 17, 2018 //By Ally Winning
STM32L5 ultra-low-power MCUs provide enhanced security features
STMicroelectronics has launched its new STM32L5 MCU series, which is based on the Arm Cortex-M33 core and adds further security features to the integrated Arm TrustZone security.

The security enhancements include flexible software isolation, secure boot, key storage, and hardware cryptographic accelerators. The MCUs also provide rich functionality, high performance, and long run-times powered by coin cells or energy harvesting. Consuming as little as 33nA in shutdown mode and achieving 402 ULPMark-CP in the EEMBC1 ULPBench, the new MCU series use ST’s low-power techniques such as adaptive voltage scaling, real-time acceleration, power gating, and multiple reduced-power operating modes.

STM32L5-series microcontrollers are sampling now and scheduled to begin production in Q2 2019.

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