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CURIOSITY™ EN7767 Mini PCIe

A powerful embedded computer for security applications

The EN7767 is a secure system and powerful Linux platform in a small Mini PCIE form factor. The EN7767 series provides an isolated core for embedded systems.

CURIOSITY™ EN7767 Key Product Features

CPU NXP i.MX6 ARM® Cortex™-A7 /900 MHz

RAM 1 GB DDR3

Flash memory 16GB eMMC

Security Advanced Hardware Security Elements 

GPS
Multiple Physical Sensors 
Software  CURIOSITY™ OS
Connectivity Mini-PCIe
CURIOSITY™ EN7767

NXP iMX6 ULZ ARM® Cortex™-A7 /900 MHz – Provides the following security features such as the Arm® TrustZone® technology, HABv4 (High Assurance Boot), AES crypto engine, TRNG – true random number generator, SNVS – Secure Non Volatile Storage, SJC—System JTAG Controller which protects  JTAG from debug port attacks.

NXP A71CH – Provides a secure IoT connection to Cloud providers and root of trust. Supports Google Cloud IoT Core, IBM Watson IoT and AWS IoT. 

 

 

Infineon OPTIGA™ TRUST SLS32AIA – Security controller with Common Criteria EAL 6+ certification, I2C interface with Shielded Connection (encrypted communication)  Cryptographic support: ECC NIST P256/P384SHA-256TRNGDRNGRSA® 1024/2048. Device Security Monitor which enforces the security policy of chip.

 

NXP SmartLock SE050 – Secure element with Common Criteria EAL 6+ certification. The chip allows end-to-end encrypted communication, supports both RSA & ECC asymmetric cryptographic algorithms with high key length and future proof ECC curves and provides hardware based key storage.

NXP A1006 – Hardware based secure authenticator. Provides secure device identity for the CURIOSITY hardware, loaded with a static pair of ECC Private Keys and includes dedicated hardware to protect against reverse engineering attacks. 

Microchip ATECC608B – Cryptographic Co-Processor with Secure Hardware-Based Key Storage, Integrates ECDH (Elliptic Curve Diffie Hellman) security protocol to provide key agreement for encryption/decryption, along with ECDSA (Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm) sign-verify authentication for the Internet of Things (IoT)

Technical Specifications

Hardware

CPU  NXP i.MX6 ARM® Cortex™-A7 /900 MHz

RAM 1 GB DDR3

Flash memory 16GB eMMC (support for 32 | 64GB)

Multiple Hardware Security Elements

– NXP Semiconductors ; EdgeLock SE050 , A1006,  AT71CH

– Infineon OPTIGA™ TRUST SLS32AIA

– Microchip ATECC60B

GPS  ZOE-M8   

Microphones  Dual TDK MEMS 

Physical Sensors 

Light | Pressure | Humidity | Temperature | Accelerometer | Gyroscope |E Compass

Software

CURIOSITY™ OS

(Support Native Linux Kernels) 

Connectivity 

Mini PCIe USB 2.0

U.FL  GPS Antenna connector

JTAG ,UART , I2C

Electrical 

Input Voltage 3.3V Mini-PCIe Connector

Operating Current 0.55A Typical 

Mechanical 

Dimensions 30.0×60.8x5mm (1.18×2.39×0.19in)

Security Features

Advanced hardware security elements 
ARM® TrustZone
TRNG & DRNG
HABv4 (High Assurance Boot)

Crypto Algorithms 

Fully certified symmetric, hash and asymmetric cryptography libraries
RSA & ECC functionalities, high key length and future proof curves
AES & 3DES encryption and decryption
HMAC, CMAC, SHA-1, SHA-224/256/384/512 operations
Advanced Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) capabilities

Francisco Ventures reserves the right to adjust the production detail specifications as may be required to allow for improvements in the design of its products.  Features listed on our website are subject  to changes. Not all functionality is available in all configurations. Please contact Francisco Ventures for latest product features and specifications.

Curiosity™ EN7767 is based on the open source hardware project USB armory MK II from F-Secure Corporation, available here

EN7767 repository available here