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| Atmel's SecureAVR Microcontroller awarded Common Criteria EAL4+
Certification for Healthcare and Banking Applications|
Rousset, France – Heilbronn,
Germany - Atmel® Corporation announced today that the AT90SC12836RCT based on the secureAVRTM architecture has been
granted Common Criteria certification EAL4+ augmented to AVA_VLA.4. This vulnerability assessment corresponds to
today's highest proven resistance against any security attack. This chip also received MasterCard Cast and
The AT90SC12836RCT features 36 Kbytes of EEPROM, 128 Kbytes of ROM program memory and 5 Kbytes of RAM.
It shares the same common features of Atmel's secureAVRTM family including its outstanding 8-bit/16-bit RISC core
and the new AdvXTM crypto accelerator for an increased PKI performance and a significant security enhancement.
Atmel's AT90SC12836RCT secure microcontroller is specifically tailored to serve healthcare, banking
and government applications to meet the requirements in terms of a high performance secure platform at a very
The AT90SC12836RCT has already been chosen for the new generation of VitaleTM
French National Health Card. In fact, Atmel has been a major component supplier from the beginning of the
SESAM-Vitale program, in April 1998 by delivering more than 40 million secure microcontrollers.
"The security features of the secureAVR 8-bit/16-bit RISC family have once again been highlighted with this
new reward," said Michel Bartosik, Atmel's Smart Card IC Business Development Manager. "This new certification
leverages Atmel's expertise to design highly secure smart card ICs and reinforces its commitment to serve
government and banking markets with the best products."
Lunes, 12 Septiembre, 2005 - 10:59