ATECC108 from ATMEL

ATECC108 is a ECDSA Crypto Authentication Chip that is using key sizes of 256 or 283 bits and supports I²C communication (< 1Mb/sec) and Single-Wire Interface.

Features:

  • NIST B283/K283/P256 bit ECC (ECDSA) Engine (~60ms Sign Protocol)
  • ECC Key Generation, Signature Computation, and Signature Verification
  • 256 bit SHA Hardware Engine
  • Multi-level Hardware FIPS Random Number Generator
  • Complete Client and Host Functionality in Same Device
  • 72 bit Unique ID/Serial Number
  • I²C, Single-Wire Interface
  • 2.0V – 5.5V Operation, 150nA Standby Current
  • 8-lead UDFN (2mm x 3mm), 8-lead SOIC, 3-lead Contact, WLCSP (Future)

Datasheet & Documents:

http://www.atmel.com/devices/ATECC108.aspx?tab=documents

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Maxim’s DS28E35

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