Elliptic unveils tVault security architecture for trusted execution environments - Embedded.com

Elliptic unveils tVault security architecture for trusted execution environments

tVault Security Architecture from Elliptic Technologies is the company's flagship technology, enabling end-to-end security in connected devices. tVault provides robust security inside Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) and enforces the protection of sensitive information to ensure that it is stored, processed, and accessed only by authorized applications.

tVault enables highly secure environments that allow for a wide range of applications including Digital Rights Management (DRM) and content protection, Over-The-Top (OTT) TV, mobile TV and electronic financial transactions to be deployed in high performance computing platforms. tVault consists of firmware, standard APIs, hardware support and acceleration that runs efficiently in limited resource environments. tVault integrates seamlessly within frameworks such as ARM TrustZone , where the critical security components are embedded in a trusted and secure OS environment. The non-critical components are executed by the rich OS, such as Android. tVault enables SoC vendors, OEMs, ODMs and network operators to rapidly bring products to market with robust, standards-compliant security.

Two of Elliptic’s tVault solutions – tVault HDCP 2.1 and tVault DTCP-IP – are dedicated to content protection and are security technologies that allow consumers to enjoy high definition premium content anywhere and anytime, while safeguarding the rights of media producers to protect their investment in programming production.

Elliptic will demonstrate its tVault content protection solution at the Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona, (Feb 27 – Mar 1) at booth #2A112 in Hall 2.0. The demonstration will feature streaming video with tVault HDCP 2.1 on a fully featured 4G Android handset from one of the world’s leading manufacturers.

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