Secure cores provide extra-smart cards

Thursday, 8 July 2004, 8:38 AM EST

Toppan Printing Co, the world's second largest printing company, has developed an IC card with high-speed cryptographic processing capabilities using ARM SecurCore microprocessors.

Toppan's IC card is ideal for SIM cards for mobile phones, and fits with government and corporate ID cards where supporting biometric authentication is essential.

The Toppan IC card takes full advantage of the 32bit RISC ARM SecurCore processing power for number crunching operations such as encryption or biometrics match-on-card algorithms.

At Electronics Talk.

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