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- Published on Monday, 19 March 2012 04:19
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Infineon Technologies has introduced a battery interface standards in line with the MIPI the BIF new ORIGA ™ authentication chip that integrates a support MIPI MIPI Alliance to develop BIF standard communication interfaces. The MIPI the BIF (Battery Interface) is the world's first single-bus interface to support mobile devices and cell communication standard, which can do a good monitor, detect various parameters of the Smart Battery. 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.
In addition to the smart battery applications, this chip, but also in printer cartridges, replacement parts, the application of disposable medical supplies, network components, or headphones, speakers, docking equipment and chargers and other products. Longer keys and other features to further improve the security the Infineon ORIGATM solutions. In addition, the unique secret key of ORIGA ™ chip them with digital certificates. ORIGA ™ 2 chip and ORIGA ™ 1 Based on Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC). ECC certification using two different keys: host side (such as) the public key of the phone 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 in the host-side software and will not reduce security. Infineon Technologies Power Management and Mr. Sandro Cerato, Vice President of Marketing of the diversification, said: "Infineon ORIGA ™ 2 smart phone designers and developers, as well as the use of batteries and accessories, all other original equipment manufacturers to address the prevention of counterfeiting and temperature monitoring provides a huge advantage in the new MIPI BIF standards help to improve the ability of users to prevent counterfeit mobile equipment components. "ORIGA ™ chip, battery and electronic equipment manufacturers to identify counterfeit components, to prevent the equipment from the use authorized component failure and damage. 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 2.5 V to 4.8 V. The chip uses an ultra-small chip-scale package and a tiny QFN package, is expected to begin shipping in the fall of 2012.