This section contains useful articles relating to the Musca IoT evaluation boards.
Musca is an evaluation platform to develop Platform Security Architecture (PSA) compliant IoT Subsystems for Cortex-M, based on the Armv8-M architecture. Boards will be made available on loan to Arm technology partners only by request (not available to purchase directly).
Musca development boards available:
Musca-A1 - The first PSA development platform based on Arm Cortex-M33 based subsystem, with Arm TrustZone.
Musca-A2 - The Musca-A2 board subsystem is the same as Musca-A1 but with updated SoC silicon which is hardened for security testing.
Musca-B1 - Based on the same subsystem as Musca-A boards but with the addition of CryptoIsland and eFlash to provide extra security.
Musca-S1 - Based on the same subsystem as Musca-A, but with the addition of dual eMRAM and SRAM on-chip secure memory subsystems and is PSA Level 1 and Functional API certified.
Links to further Musca resources, FAQs and other useful information can be found under "Musca development boards" in the wiki tree to the left of this page.
There is no formal entitlement to support for the Musca products, but various useful resources will be linked from these pages. You can also ask questions here on the Arm Development Platforms Community, but this is a forum for open discussion rather than a forum for direct support.
General questions on Mbed should be directed to the Mbed forums https://forums.mbed.com/
General questions on TrustZone for Arm v8-M should be directed to https://community.arm.com/processors/trustzone-for-armv8-m/
General questions on Arm development tools should be directed to https://community.arm.com/tools/ or http://www.keil.com/forum/
For Musca specific questions Arm can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org