RCP (Reconfigurable Computing Processor)
Relying on the reconfigurable computing technology of Tsinghua University, Catamicro launched a new high-performance security SOC processor, namely RCP. RCP contains three independent MCU with a primary frequency of 1 GHz, on which different programs or operating systems can run separately. Thus, a variety of complex application scenarios can be jointly handled by RCP, while the power consumption of RCP is only 3.5 W. In addition, a variety of high-performance hardware algorithm engines are equipped in RCP. The third-generation PCIE X8 independent master-slave interface is supported by RCP as well. In a word, RCP can be used as a trusted chip in cloud computing, big data, industrial control systems and other fields to meet the needs of various high-performance and high-security applications. RCP has passed the second-level of security chip certification and the third-level of trusted password module certification approved by the State Cryptography Administration Office of Security Commercial Code Administration (OSCCA).