FPGA Cryptography Cores

Core Name Description Performance and Area
AES-128 Encrypt Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a block cipher adopted as an encryption standard by the U.S. government. AES-128 has a fixed block size of 128 bits and encrypts with a key size of 128 bits.

Reference: Advanced Encryption Standard
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 200 MHz
  • 18,003 LUTs
AES-128 Decrypt Same as above but with Decrypt functionality utilizing a 128 bit key.
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 200 MHz
  • 18,225 LUTs
AES-128 Crypt Same as above but with both Encrypt and Decrypt functionality utilizing a 128 bit key.
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 200 MHz
  • 39,515 LUTs
AES-192 Encrypt Same as above but with Encrypt functionality utilizing a 192 bit key.
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 200 MHz
  • 22,694 LUTs
AES-192 Decrypt Same as above but with Decrypt functionality utilizing a 192 bit key.
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 200 MHz
  • 23,092 LUTs
AES-192 Crypt Same as above but with both Encrypt and Decrypt functionality utilizing a 192 bit key.
  • 25 Giga-bits /sec
  • 200 MHz
  • 49,456 LUTs
AES-256 Encrypt Same as above but with Encrypt functionality utilizing a 256 bit key.
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 200 MHz
  • 15,360 LUTs
AES-256 Decrypt Same as above but with Decrypt functionality utilizing a 256 bit key.
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 200 MHz
  • 15,360 LUTs
AES-256 Crypt Same as above but with both Encrypt and Decrypt functionality utilizing a 256 bit key.
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 200 MHz
  • 29,971 LUTs
3DES Encrypt The Triple Data Encryption Algorithm (Triple DES) applies the Data Encryption Standard (DES) cipher algorithm three times to each data block to encrypt ordinary data.

Reference: Triple DES
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 25 MHz
  • 19,076 LUTs
MD5
(speed opt)
The MD5 (Message-Digest algorithm 5) is a widely used cryptographic hash function with a 128-bit hash value. As an Internet standard (RFC 1321), MD5 has been employed in a wide variety of security applications, and is also commonly used to check the integrity of files. This version of MD5 has been optimized for Speed.

Reference: Message-Digest Algorithm 5
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 25 MHz
  • 36,090 LUTs
SHA-256 The Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) hash functions are a set of cryptographic hash functions designed by the National Security Agency (NSA) and published by the NIST as a U.S. Federal Information Processing Standard. SHA-256 is a member of the SHA-2 family and uses a variable size digest.

Reference: SHA Hash Functions
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 25 MHz
  • 133,764 LUTs
SHA-512 Same as above but utilizing a 512 bit digest. 
  • 25 Giga-bits/ sec
  • 25 MHz
  • 172,484 LUTs

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