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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Ferroelectric RAM (FRAM) is a promising non-volatile memory technology that is now available in low-end microcontrollers. Its main advantages over Flash memories are faster write performances and much larger tolerated number of write/erase cycles. These properties are profitable for the efficient implementation of side-channel countermeasures exploiting pre-computations. In this paper, we illustrate the interest of FRAM-based microcontrollers for physically secure cryptographic hardware withdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-08302-5_2 fatcat:gr2xp3s7kzcdfehoyohtvm3eve