Rockchip RK3399pro and RK3399 chips have officially passed the Arm platform security architecture PSA Level 1 certification, supporting the efficient deployment of IoT IoT and edge computing solutions based on the PSA framework, helping terminal partners to improve data security and reliability of equipment.
PSA certification is the launch of the “Platform Security Architecture (PSA)” and related certifications for IoT security by Arm and a number of independent security testing laboratories and consulting agencies, aiming to ensure the security of IoT products from design to practical application.
RK3399Pro and RK3399 are high-performance flagship chips of Rockchip, which are used in Internet of Things, edge computing equipment, high-end consumer electronics, machine vision, industrial applications and other fields; both use dual-core Cortex-A72 + quad-core Cortex-A53 large and small core CPUs Architecture, integrated quad-core Mali-T860 GPU. Among them, RK3399Pro adopts proprietary AI hardware design, built-in 3.0Tops NPU, and has outstanding performance and power consumption indicators.
Based on Arm TrustZone technology, RK3399Pro and RK3399 can achieve hardware isolation between secure and non-secure worlds, and support DRAM/SRAM/Peripherals secure isolation and configuration. Built-in hardware crypto engine, supports AES/SHA256 and other encryption and decryption algorithms and 256bits TRNG. Its application solution can support functions such as Secure Boot, Firmware Anti-rollback, and Trusted Application.