ImageWare biometric solution works on Fujitsu private cloud
ImageWare Systems, Inc., a leader in multi-modal biometric security solutions, announced that its patented ImageWare multi-modal biometric management engine has been certified to work on the NuVola Private Cloud Platform from Fujitsu Frontech North America.
“Working with Fujitsu and the NuVola Private Cloud Platform solution brings ImageWare to the private cloud with a global partner and a leading innovator in the IT space,” said Jim Miller, President and CEO of ImageWare Systems. “Being certified on Fujitsu represents the full convergence of Fujitsu’s leading server and storage technology, and our industry-leading multi-modal biometric management engine. We are proud to be part of the NuVola Private Cloud Platform and look forward to bringing cloud-ready biometric solutions directly to our customers.”
The NuVola Private Cloud Platform is an appliance-based solution built with class-leading Fujitsu storage and server products, and paired with advanced software tools and utilities that transform business critical processes by leveraging private cloud computing power, security and scalability.
The patented ImageWare multi-modal biometric management engine has been certified to allow rapid deployment of biometric security across NuVola Private Cloud Platform for the enterprise.
In May, ImageWare finalized and released version 2.0 of its flagship Biometric Engine. The engine is the only patented agnostic, open-architecture biometric recognition software solution that works with virtually all existing security hardware, software and algorithms.
“We are very excited to certify ImageWare on the NuVola Private Cloud Platform, as their core biometric management engine enhances a critical function of NuVola: Security,” said Vic Herring, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Cloud Infrastructure Solutions Group at Fujitsu Frontech North America. “Noting the market concerns over cloud layer security, we feel ImageWare provides NuVola further differentiation with the addition of their biometric engine.”