Secure & Non-Secure Bootloader Firmware Development for Versal Platform
The client is US based leading semiconductor company offering FPGA, programmable SoCs, and Adaptive Compute Acceleration Platform. With dynamic processing technology and advance tools, they drive rapid innovation across a wide span of industries and technology domain, from consumer to cars to the cloud.
The client approached Softnautics for secure and non-secure bootloader firmware development and maintenance for Versal ACAP platform. The firmware should comply to FuSa (ISO 26262).
The bootloader performs the system initialization, boot and configuration of the subsystems along with power management, partial reconfiguration, error management, subsystem restart, and health monitoring. It also handles authentication and decryption for secure boot.
Stabilized Runtime bootloader firmware enabling quick feature development