nShield Connect HSMs are certified hardware security appliances that deliver cryptographic services to a variety of applications across the network.
Entrust nShield HSM appliances are hardened, tamper-resistant platforms that perform such functions as encryption, digital signing, and key generation and protection. With their comprehensive capabilities, these HSMs can support an extensive range of applications, including certificate authorities, code signing and more.
Optimal Architecture - Entrust's Security World provides scalability, seamless failover, and load balancing.
Accelerated data processing - one of the fastest crypto execution speeds in the industry.
Secure business and application logic - cryptographic protection of software applications and the processed data.
Certified Hardware Solutions
Entrust has earned a broad set of certifications for nShield products. These certifications help our customers to demonstrate compliance while also giving them the assurance that their nShield HSMs meet stringent industry standards.
Safety and Environmental Standards Compliance
High Transaction Rates
nShield HSMs boast high elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) and RSA transaction rates. ECC, one of the most efficient cryptographic algorithms, is particularly favored where low power consumption is crucial, such as applications running on small sensors or mobile devices.
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|RSA Signing Performance (tps) for NIST Recommended Key Lengths|
|ECC Prime Curve Signing Performance (tps) for NIST Recommended Key Lengths|
Note 1: Performance indicated requires ECDSA fast RNG feature activation available free of charge on request from Entrust Support.
Wide Support for APIs, Cryptographic Algorithms and OSs
Supported Cryptographic Algorithms
nShield HSMs offers support for the majority of these cryptographic algorithms as part of the standard feature set. For organizations wishing to use ECC or South Korean algorithms, optional activation licenses are needed.
Windows and Linux operating systems including distributions from RedHat, SUSE and major cloud service providers running as virtual machines or in containers.
Calculated at 25°C operating temperature using Telcordia SR-332 “Reliability Prediction Procedure for Electronic Equipment” MTBF Standard
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