The CryptoAuth Trust Manager kit from Microchip works with the Kudelski IoT software-as-a-service (SaaS) to offer public key infrastructure (PKI) service and in-field provisioning.  

The board contains the ECC608-TMNGTLS Trust Manager, which is a pre-provisioned variant of the ECC608 secure authentication IC. The ECC608-TMNGTLS will work in combination with the keySTREAM SaaS from Kudelski IoT. The device comes pre-provisioned with a set of cryptographic keys to connect to the keySTREAM SaaS.  

When deployed, the IoT device containing the ECC608-TMNGTLS will connect to the keySTREAM SaaS, which will give ownership of the IoT device to the intended owner by provisioning the device in the field with its custom PKI, symmetric keys, and/or data.

The CryptoAuth Trust Manager kit consists of the ECC608-TMNGTLS, a Microchip ATSAMD21E18A as the main microcontroller, an onboard debugger, and a user-defined switch and user-defined LEDs.  

The main MCU comes pre-programmed with the Microchip Security and Computing Group (SCG) kit protocol. This protocol handles communication between the CryptoAuthentication devices and the host MCU over a USB interface. 

Various Microchip components can be used in conjunction with the EV10E69A board, including the ECC204, ECC206, SHA104, SHA105, SHA106, TA010, TA100 and TA101, by inserting the appropriate mikroBUS board into the mikroBUS header of the DM320118 board.


The RZ/V2H-EVK AI MPU evaluation kit for the RZ/V2H series of vision AI microprocessors from Renesas includes a CPU board and an expansion board. The kit supports standard RZ/V2H software packages and enables easy implementation of software development tasks such as low-power AI inference and video streaming. 

Additionally, this evaluation kit supports optional functions such as an image signal processor, 3D graphics engine, and trusted secure IP.


The STM32H573I-DK Discovery kit is a complete demonstration and development platform for the STM32H573IIK3Q microcontroller, featuring an Arm® Cortex®‑M33 core with Arm® TrustZone®.

The full range of hardware features available on the board (such as an RGB interface LCD with touch panel, USART, USB Type-C® FS (Source/Sink), Ethernet, microSD™, Octo‑SPI flash memory, SAI audio codec stereo with audio jack input/output, MEMS digital microphone, and others) help users to interface with the STM32H5 MCU peripherals and develop their applications. Several connectors such as ARDUINO® Uno V3, Pmod™, and STMod+ are also available on the board to provide an easy way to connect extension shields or daughterboards for specific applications.

The STM32H573I-DK Discovery kit integrates an STLINK-V3EC embedded in-circuit debugger and programmer for the STM32 microcontroller with a USB Virtual COM port bridge and comes with the STM32CubeH5 Expansion Package, which gathers in one single package all the generic embedded software components required to develop an application on STM32H5 microcontrollers and provides several examples and applications for easy understanding.


The STPM4RasPIV21 is an extension board to connect the ST33KTPM products to the Raspberry Pi® and STM32 microprocessor development kits such as STM32MP157F-DK2, or STM32MP135F-DK. The board is designed for product evaluation, use case development and integration activities. The board is shipped with one trusted platform module soldered.


The X-NUCLEO-SAFEA1 expansion board is based on the STSAFE-A110 secure element. It can be used with any STM32 Nucleo development board.

The on-board STSAFE-A110 is customized with a standard profile for evaluation and is compatible with the Arduino UNO R3 connector.

The X-NUCLEO-SAFEA1 expansion board is used with free X-CUBE-SAFEA1 or X-CUBE-SBSFU software packages containing sample code to demonstrate how to implement security applications.


The STEVAL-55G0MBI1 module enables easy evaluation of the VD55G0 0.38 Mpixel monochrome image sensor from STMicroelectronics. The module features a soldered sensor in a PLCC package, an M12 lens holder screwed to the board, and a removable lens. The module also has a flex cable to connect to a broad range of embedded processing platforms. 

The module is one of a family of modules for evaluating various products in the ST BrightSense image sensor portfolio: all share the same standard connector and pinout, to enable easy replacement of one image sensor with another in proof-of-concept designs. 

All the image sensor modules are backed by a comprehensive set of enablement software, drivers and evaluation tools, including drivers for a Linux® operating system. The modules also support GUI software for evaluation when paired with the STEVAL-EVK-U0I1 main evaluation board, which is ordered separately.

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