Do you want to use the Analog Devices Inc./Maxim Integrated MAXQ1065 ultra-low-power secure authenticator? If so, then you'll be interested to know that wolfSSL now supports it! You can use the MAXQ1065 to accelerate your TLS 1.2 connections in your applications by taking advantage of wolfSSL's integration into the MAXQ10xx SDK.
With this new addition, you get wolfSSL's full source code and build instructions for building wolfSSL with a client-only configuration so that when it comes time to go to production, all code that is not required for building the TLS client is compiled out thus reducing your binary footprint significantly.
To make it as easy as possible for you to get started, we support the maxq10xx SDK with the MAXQ1065 evaluation board plugged into the 40-pin GPIO headers of a RaspberryPi. The SDK and example application are built and executed on the RaspberryPi while the cryptographic operations are done by the evaluation board.
In summary, here is what is accelerated in TLS 1.2:
- ECC P-256 Authentication and Key Exchange
- AES CCM and GCM Record Processing
- Cipher Suites
Once you have evaluated wolfSSL on the MAXQ1065 you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about commercial licensing of wolfSSL.