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ST collaborates with Microsoft to Streamline Development of Secure IoT

By Joanne Lin
Published: Jun 02,2022

STMicroelectronics has revealed details of its collaboration with Microsoft, an ST Authorized partner, to strengthen the security of emerging Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications.

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ST is integrating its ultra-low-power STM32U5 microcontrollers (MCUs) with Microsoft Azure RTOS & IoT Middleware and a certified secure implementation of Arm® Trusted Firmware-M (TF-M) secure services for embedded systems. The intensive engineering project has produced a TF-M based, Azure IoT cloud reference implementation that leverages the hardened security features of the STM32U5 complemented with the hardened key store of an STSAFE-A110 secure element.

“Developers of IoT devices face intense pressure to meet time-to-market constraints at the same time as satisfying the highest-level security-industry standards,” said Daniel Colonna, Marketing Director, Microcontroller Division, STMicroelectronics. “Our solution accelerates embedded development by increasing security as well as power efficiency and performance.”

“Our collaboration with ST is effective and timely, enabling developer communities to meet widespread market demands for smart, connected solutions that are trusted, robust, and efficient,” said Moe Tanabian, Vice President and General Manager, Azure Edge Devices, Platform and Services.

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