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October 12, 2012

Dr. Neuhaus Telekommunikation Selects NXP's A-Series Device ID Solution



Dr. Neuhaus Telekommunikation GmbH, a provider of industrial and M2M communication systems, has recently selected NXP Semiconductors (News - Alert) to provide high-security chips for smart grid communication gateways, the company has announced.

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The A-series from NXP is a result of NXP's long-time expertise in security technology. To safeguard the cryptographic keys and computations, it makes use of the advanced IntegralSecurity architecture of NXP's SmartMX high-security microcontrollers that provide hundreds of security features.

A smart grid should be safe, provide good performance and also should provide long life. NXP's A-series offers all this features. It also provides dependable authentication to the cloud and enables smart metering systems to get secure remote management. Also, the confidentiality and integrity of data exchanged between metering devices and head-end systems is assured with this product.

Using power line (PLC), DSL/LAN, WLAN networks or mobile networks (GPRS), the communication gateway provided by NXP facilitates flexible wide-area communication with the help of numerous communication technologies. Dr. Neuhaus has announced that the company will initially install its gateway solution for a smart metering project in Belgium.

“NXP is the security partner of choice for governments, organizations and companies worldwide, bringing security to all aspects of the smart life," said Sami Nassar, general manager, Authentication product line, NXP Semiconductors. "As millions of devices get connected to the cloud, cyber security has become a growing concern for many utilities, infrastructure manufacturers and automation technology suppliers. NXP has the right solutions at hand, providing advanced turnkey security solutions for embedded applications.”

Recently, offering state of the art signal processing features and numerous connectivity options, including USB 2.0, Ethernet and CAN 2.0B, the company introduced LPC408x and LPC407x microcontrollers.




Edited by Brooke Neuman
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