Fujitsu selects NEXT Biometrics fingerprint sensors for notebooks and tablets

November 1, 2017 - 

Fujitsu Client Computing Limited has implemented NEXT Biometrics fingerprint sensors in consumer and commercial notebook and tablet products.

NEXT has delivered the initial volumes and expects the volumes to increase over the coming months.

“Fujitsu’s extensive testing regime has yet again confirmed the fundamental importance of sensor size,” remarked Ritu Favre, CEO of NEXT Biometrics. “Suppliers targeting to offer security and convenience for close to 100% of a population simply cannot compromise on size.”

“After extensive testing of a range of sensors, Fujitsu has for both its consumer and commercial PC products chosen NEXT as its sensor supplier,” added Kenichi Fujii, VP of Commercial Mobile Business Division of Fujitsu Client Computing Limited. “Implementing larger sensors, Fujitsu will provide end users with a better user experience at uncompromised security levels.”

Yesterday, NEXT revealed that it has begun mass production shipments of its NB-2034-S2 sensor module, designed for the notebook, tablet and access control markets.

Exhibiting at APSCA in Singapore

In other company news, NEXT is presenting its fingerprint sensor technology and NEXT-generated cards in Singapore at this week’s Asia Pacific SmartCard Association (APSCA) Powered and Next-Generation Cards Conference & Exhibition.

The APSCA conference brings together key stakeholders in the payment and identity card ecosystem to understand the opportunities offered by the next-generation products. The conference will explore how powered cards can support the development of new products for consumer payments, retail banking, government identity documents and connected consumer devices in the Internet of Things.

NEXT Biometrics’ VP Sales EMEAI and SmartCard Segment, Radek Matyasek, will speak at the event about architecture, standards and applications for biometric smartcards.

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