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Trusted Firmware-M v1.4.0 Release

Shebu Kuriakose| Wednesday, August 4, 2021|3 min read

Trusted Firmware-M: v1.4.0 Release


Trusted Firmware-M (TF-M) v1.4.0 was released on 04 th August 2021. The release includes integration of Mbed TLS3.0.0, implementation of features in PSA Firmware Framework-M v1.1 and improved documentation since the last release v1.3.0. This release was tested using the Trustedfirmware projects’ Open Continuous Integration (CI) System.

Highlights of the TF-M v1.4.0

While there have been around 250 commits in TF-M master branch since TF-Mv1.3.0, here are some of the highlights included in TF-Mv1.4.0.

More details can be found here. Since TF-Mv1.3.0 release, FreeRTOS OTA and TF-M integration is available in otal_pal_psa in Amazon FreeRTOS github. A pull request has also been raised showcasing integration of Azure RTOS and TF-M on Arm MPS3 AN534 platform.

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