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- Published on Friday, 16 March 2012 04:42
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Infineon Technologies the ORIGA identity authentication solution family to add another new product: the new ORIGA ™ 2 chip integration to support the MIPI Alliance to develop the MIPIBIF standard communication interface. MIPIBIF (Battery Interface) is the world's first single-bus interface standard to support mobile terminals communicate with battery. This standard is to facilitate the emergence of the smart battery design, including the battery identification and constantly monitors and reports the battery's important parameter data such as battery temperature. The standard also helps to prevent users with potentially dangerous counterfeit batteries on the smartphone or tablet PCs and other mobile devices. For example, when mobile devices ORIGA ™ 2 identification chip, you can effectively verify that the mobile device whether to adopt the original battery, to determine whether to implement advanced features such as fast charging.
The chips Infineon ORIGA2 also applies to printer cartridges, replacement parts, the application of disposable medical supplies, network components, or headphones, speakers, docking equipment and chargers and other products. The longer the key, and other features to further improve the security of the of Infineon ORIGATM2 solutions. ORIGA chip's unique secret key so that it have a digital certificate. ORIGA2 chip and ORIGA1 the same encryption algorithm based on elliptic curves (ECC). ECC certification using two different keys: the public key of the host side (such as mobile phones) and the battery side (hidden in the ORIGA chip), the private key, so that not only improve the security of the system, but also reduce the cost of the program, because the public key of the host-side software and will not reduce security.
Infineon power management and diversification of vice president of marketing SandroCerato said: "Infineon ORIGA ™ smartphone design and development of staff, and the use of batteries and accessories, all other original equipment manufacturers in resolving to prevent forgery and temperature The monitor provides a huge advantage. brand new MIPIBIF standards help to improve the ability of users to guard against counterfeit mobile device components. "
ORIGA ™ chip, battery and electronic equipment manufacturers to identify counterfeit components, to prevent equipment failure and damage due to unauthorized use of components. This can also prevent the user from accident or injury caused by using non-licensed accessories or battery (such as a laptop or cell phone accessories or battery).
Infineon ORIGA ™ 2 chip (product the model SLE95200), operating temperature range and voltage range of -25 ° C to +85 ° C and 2.5V to 4.8V. The chip uses an ultra-small chip-scale package and a tiny QFN package, is expected to begin shipping in the fall of 2012.