Controller chip for secure communications
The iChipSec CO2128 secure IP communication controller chip from ConnectOne reportedly reduces costs and speeds the design of IP-enabled POS terminals.
The iChipSec CO2128 secure IP communication controller chip from ConnectOne reportedly reduces costs and speeds the design of IP-enabled POS terminals. It includes hardware enhancements to ensure high throughput by offloading IP and network security protocols from the host processor. CO2128 features a tightly integrated ARM7 core processor, RTOS, security, and networking protocol stack for efficient and secure high-speed transaction processing. For high bandwidth applications such as video streaming, it has a high-speed parallel interface that supports 32 Mbps with UDP/IP hardware acceleration. iChipSec’s network address translation (NAT) and port forwarding functionality allows it to act as a router among LAN, WiFi, and modem platforms.
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