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BluStor and Arrow Electronics collaborate to target multi-factor biometric authentication market

 

Multi-factor biometric authentication firm BluStor and Arrow Electronics have collaborated to target the fast-growing, multi-factor biometric authentication market.

Arrow Electronics is a global provider of electronic components, services and enterprise computing solutions.

Finis Conner, the founder and CEO of BluStor, commented: “BluStor’s strategic collaboration with one of the world’s leading supply chain services’ company in this era of technology commoditization is a major advancement. It will allow us to scale quickly, knowing that we can maintain the highest level of manufacturing quality, no matter how fast we grow. Working with Arrow will allow BluStor to build, manage and distribute the CyberGate Personal Mobile Cloud platforms—enabling faster time to market, accelerated revenue growth and increased flexibility at a lower total cost.”

CyberGate provides mobile biometric authentication with a device that looks and feels like a thick credit card. The device features three key applications, which combine to secure the identity and data of the person who carries it. BuStor calls these applications GateKeeper, AutoLogN, and File Vault, BluStor chief operating officer Mark Bennett told Biometric Update in an interview.

This collaboration provides BluStor with access to Arrow’s extensive global network of components suppliers, contract manufacturers and commercial customers across Arrow’s 460 locations, which serve over 85 countries.

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