ARM boosts IoT security team in Israel with recruitment drive
ARM has recruited almost 40 engineers at its Internet of Things (IoT) engineering team at the Kfar Netter design centre in Israel.
These employees will work with the 90 engineers who joined ARM from Sansa Security in 2015. This development ensures the design centre is among ARM's top ten design centres by size. The centre is providing a base for work on ARM security products such as ARM TrustZone technology and SecurCore processor IP.
Mike Muller, chief technology officer at ARM, said: “The technologies we are developing in Israel will have a significant influence on advanced system-on-chip IP for IoT and mobile computing. By almost doubling the size of our Kfar Netter design centre in just over a year we have shown our commitment to building our highly successful team in Israel. Their work in areas such as IoT security is helping to form a solid foundation for a smarter and better connected world where data – as our most important new natural resource – is secured by design.”
The Israeli research team features software developers specialising in technologies, languages and tools ranging from embedded real-time software development on devices and coding using C and other structured languages for Linux and Android targets, through to cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) technologies.
The group also focuses on the continued development of CryptoCell, an industry-leading product for implementing cryptography on cellular devices, tablets and IoT devices. Engineers supporting this effort include software and hardware designers working on firmware development, Linux, real-time embedded and software.
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