Noesis Technologies offers a range of security solutions ensuring privacy and authentication in digital transmissions. The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) has been ratified in November 2001 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as the new encryption standard (FIPS PUB 197) to replace the existing, aging and vulnerable Data Encryption Standard (DES). An algorithm called Rinjdael has been finally selected for AES among a number of other candidates, after successfully meeting a set of criteria including not only security but performance and implementation feasibility in a variety of applications.
Noesis Technologies has been involved in the development of cryptographic solutions for telecom and defense sector since 2000 and its class leading solutions have been silicon proven in multiple applications. A wide range of AES cores have been designed to support different performance & silicon area combinations that provide the optimum implementation for end-user application requirements. Due to a unique Galois Field Multiplier architectural implementation, the structural datapath element of all AES cryptographic engines, and the highly efficient algorithmic mapping techniques the family of ntAESIP cores exhibit the best performance-silicon area ratio available in the industry. In addition, Noesis Technologies provides SHA 256-bit authentication and RC4 encryption IP cores for a various speed & silicon area application requirements.