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Wednesday, May 13 • 12:50pm - 1:20pm
Enable OpenTitan on FPGA with Oreboot

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In this talk we will demonstrate how to enable OpenTitan, an open source silicon Root of Trust (RoT) project (which originally is an dedicated security chip designed for servers), to be enabled in FPGA. This presentation We will also describe how latest innovative boot solution – Oreboot could provides the best infrastructure to support OpenTitan project. Oreboot is a fully open-source power-on-reset and romstage firmware written in Rust, and requires all support packages to be open-sourced by design. By using the Rust programming language, Oreboot has a leg-up in terms of security and reliability compared to contemporary firmware written in C or assembly. Hence OpenTitan and Oreboot are perfectly fitted together as a comprehensive solution to address the OCP standards and industry requirements.

Speakers
avatar for Ron Minnich

Ron Minnich

Software Engineer, Google
linuxboot, u-root, coreboot, linuxbios, ... all open source firmwarelinux kernel, servers,
avatar for Andi Azfar

Andi Azfar

Engineer, Intel
Andi is a System Validation engineer working on Intel FPGAs after joining Intel in 2018. Andi comes from a different engineering background but is currently interested in all things FPGA and Data Science. Outside of work Andi likes to play sports but especially enjoys playing Frisbee... Read More →
avatar for Tan Lean Sheng

Tan Lean Sheng

Software Engineer, Intel
Sheng is a firmware engineer working on coreboot and Slim Bootloader projects after joining Intel in 2017. Since then he has developed a keen interest in firmware development and actively involved in open source firmware initiatives . Outside of work Sheng is a tech geek and enjoys... Read More →


Wednesday May 13, 2020 12:50pm - 1:20pm
EW: Open System Firmware