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Securing Next-Gen 5G And IoT With Defensics Fuzzing


Expansion of the IoT brings new security challenges The evolution of 5G technologies continues to drive advancement in Internet of Things (IoT) devices and their applications. By 2025, experts predict there will be nearly 4 billion IoT mobile connections in the world, and more than 64 billion IoT devices by 2026. In addition to enabling superior performance and efficiency, 5G expands the ... » read more

Securing 5G And IoT With Fuzzing


5G will revolutionize many industries, with up to 100 times the speed, 100 times the capacity, and one-tenth the latency compared to 4G LTE. But in addition to providing superior performance, 5G expands the attack surface of apps and IoT devices that rely on this next-gen network. In addition to known security exploits, we’re bound to see unknown, novelty attacks. Fuzz testing (or fuzzing)... » read more

Multiphysics Simulations For RFICs And SoCs For 5G Applications


System-on-chips (SoCs) and radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs) for 5G smartphones and networks need to manage huge amounts of antenna data and offer significantly high processing capabilities in thermally and power-constrained environments. ANSYS multiphysics simulations simultaneously solve power, thermal, variability, timing, electromagnetics and reliability challenges across the spec... » read more