Exynos i T100 processor aims at secure IoT

May 07, 2019 //By Peter Clarke
Exynos i T100 processor aims at secure IoT
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has started sampling the Exynos i T100 processor for use within short-range IoT devices for building control automation.

Suitable applications could include smart lighting, home security and monitoring, temperature control, fire and gas detectors, and fitness wearables.

The T100  is based on a 28nm manufacturing process, although Samsung did not state which of the three variants it makes – bulk CMOS, FinFET or FDSOI.

The T100 back fills a range that includes the Exynos i T200 for Wi-Fi applications and Exynos i S111 for long-range narrowband-IoT.  The T200 has twin processor cores on-chip; the Cortex-R4 operating at 320MHz clock frequency and the Cortex-M0+ operating at 320MHz. The S111 has a single Cortex-M7 operating at 200MHz.

Samsung has not revealed what processor core is inside the T100, but it is likely to single low-power core to minimize power consumption and maximize battery life, such as Cortex-M3 or Cortex-M0.

The Exynos i T100 supports Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 5.0 and Zigbee 3.0, and also integrates the processor with memory in a small single-chip package.The chip comes with a separate security subsystem (SSS) hardware block for data encryption and a physical unclonable function (PUF) that creates a unique identity for each chipset.

The chip is specified for a broad temperature range -40°C and up to 125°C and is currently sampling.

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