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Energy-efficient encryption for the internet of things

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) A special-purpose chip hardwired to implement elliptic-curve cryptography in general and the datagram transport layer security protocol in particular reduces power consumption by 99.75 percent and increases speed 500-fold, to help enable the internet of things.
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