Thursday 05 April 2001
SCM Microsystems is to provide Motorola with its Smart Transporter Chip, a universal Smart Card reader interface, based on SCM's widely adopted SmartOS, for Motorola's Streamaster 5000 advanced set-top box.
By incorporating SCM's Smart Transporter Chip, Motorola's newest set-top box will also support Smart Card-based payment transactions for items such as pay-per-view movies, music downloads and T-commerce purchases.
Philips Semiconductors has launched a Crypto Competency Center in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The staff of over 20 scientists and engineers will focus on the growing demand for highly secure encryption capabilities for data transactions.
Web site: www.philips.semiconductors.com
Sonera SmartTrust has announced the Wireless Internet Browser (WIB) V1.2. SmartTrust's WIB software was launched in 1999 and is now used by over 15 SIM vendors and integrated into 12 million SIM cards around the world.
"This new release really strengthens the WIB offering as a platform for implementing secure mobile value added services," explained Lars-Erik Sellin, Senior Vice President of Technology Strategies at Sonera SmartTrust. "Used alongside SmartTrust's portfolio of SIM Client solutions, any modern GSM phone can be used as a personal authentication device for the digital signing of m-commerce transactions. It can even be integrated into fixed-Internet environments allowing, for example, users to digitally sign transactions or communications initiated on the desktop."
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