Microchip 'PIC32MZ EF' Microcontrollers Bring Imagination's 'OmniShield' Security To IoT Devices

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The PIC32MZ based on the microAptiv MIPS core has been around for a couple years. The EF -G and -H versions are new. They are based on the M5150 MIPS core which includes a double precision FPU and Virtualization, the latter providing the basis for hardware security. The -H version includes a crypto engine.
 

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The IoT is going to be the death of us. There are simply things that have no business being networked let alone connected to the internet. Manually controlled toilets and water faucets were not an aesthetic choice on the Galactica.
 

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The PIC32 series has two families: PIC32MZ and PIC32MX. The PIC32MZ EF MCUs announced this week use a MIPS M-class Warrior CPU. This M-class core (M5150) implements Release 5 of the architecture vs. the older cores (microAptiv) which were based on Release 3. Release 5 adds several new features to MIPS32, including hardware virtualization.
 
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