Fujitsu plans palm vein security international launch

Thursday, 19 May 2005, 1:22 PM EST

It doesn't take a palm reader to figure out the future of one of Fujitsu's latest security products. The company said on Tuesday it will expand sales of its palm-vein biometric security system outside Japan before the end of this year.

The system, which relies on the pattern of veins inside a person's hand to verify identity, has been available in Japan since the middle of last year and is already in use in some high-profile applications.

By Martyn Williams at InfoWorld.

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