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HTC devices to incorporate Trustonic ‹t-base TEE


Trustonic announced that HTC will use the Trustonic ‹t-base TEE to deliver a platform on which service providers can develop enriched, simplified and expanded user experiences.

The new HTC connected devices incorporating ‹t-base will ship in the first quarter of 2015.

The partnership allows Trustonic and HTC to drastically simplify the mobile user experience by enabling content protection for any content on any screen, providing higher levels of security for enterprise application, and supporting new and emerging m-commerce services.

“Our partnership with Trustonic is an important part of our mobile strategy, as security and convenience have become a differentiator for carriers and providers of mobile services,” said Drew Bamford, corporate VP of creative labs at HTC. “HTC users will be able to enjoy quick and effortless authentication to their digital lives.”

By partnering with Tustonic, HTC devices will be able to offer essential new capabilities, including secure biometrics and a trusted user interface, to ultimately simplify user authentication.

The new HTC connected devices incorporating ‹t-base will be protected against the threats posed by malicious software, as well as establishing a mutual level of trust between service providers and their end users.

“Trustonic’s partnership with HTC is underpinned by the need for a simpler, quicker and safer device experience that will enhance the digital lives of users. Security needs to be simple and effective, in any context,” said Trustonic CEO Ben Cade. “Trustonic makes it quick and easy for service providers and developers to add trust-enhanced services and to enrich the way people shop, work and view premium content.”

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