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2013-06-19 Understanding MIFARE DESFire as Type 4 Tag
Find out how the NFC Forum device manages the MIFARE DESFire EV1 product as an NFC Forum Type 4 Tag platform.
2012-11-02 Dual-interface chip-card MCUs unleashed
ST's ST31 series is said to be the first chip-card MCU to combine the latest ARM SecurCore SC000 processor that offers support for MIFARE, MIFARE DESFire and Calypso.
2009-11-19 ST, NXP ink Mifare license agreement
The ST-NXP licensing agreement gives operators and vendors widened availability of contactless smart card ICs.
2015-03-02 ST, ams deliver compact boostedNFC design
A new reference design from ams and STMicrolectronics combines ams' boostedNFC technology with ST's NFC controller and Secure Element to provide reliable, secure contactless mobile transactions.
2013-11-15 ST MCUs promise security in next-gen mobile, consumer apps
The ST33G1M2 can function either in a mobile phone NFC UICC, which handles mobile payments alongside SIM applications and user-data storage, or as a dedicated embedded secure chip in NFC smartphones.
2006-02-21 Sirit introduces RFID reader module
Sirit introduced a high-frequency 13.56MHz reader module designed for use in cashless payments, secure transactions, access control, identify or product verification and item level tracking in supply chain apps.
2014-03-07 RFID migration finds sol'n in multi-standard readers
The multi-standard modules from Elatec RFID Systems aims to free system makers from having to deal with the variety and dynamics of using several different RFID standards in access control systems.
2008-06-25 Researchers tip open-source smart card to tighten security
Dutch philanthropic foundation, NLnet, has offered $230,000 to fund a project that will devise open-source smart card software that provides stronger protection of personal data.
2008-11-06 Renesas, NXP partner to drive MIFARE contactless services
NXP Semiconductors and Renesas Technology Corp. have expanded the licensing agreement on NXP's MIFARE technology aimed to build momentum for the availability of advanced payment and NFC offerings in contactless infrastructures.
2011-02-15 NXP, Oberthur agreement puts Mifare into SIM cards
NXP Semiconductors NV and Oberthur Technologies have signed a Mifare licensing agreement that will put the contactless smart card technology into SIM cards, boosting the adoption of NFC-enabled phones.
2008-05-06 NXP plans IP licensing program for Mifare
NXP Semiconductors is looking seriously at licensing to other semiconductor companies its Mifare contactless chip card platform technology for use in SIM cards and NFC applications such as ticketing, payment and access management.
2010-07-05 NFC vendors form Mifare4Mobile group
NFC vendors have launched the MIFARE4Mobile Industry Group to fast-track the uniform management of MIFARE applications on NFC-enabled secure elements.
2012-03-05 NFC sol'n touts double RF range in half power
NXP's PN547 claims to offer five times improvement in wireless data throughput than the PN544.
2008-05-07 NFC readies to crack market
Security and software complexity as well as vested interests surrounding NFC have kept the technology from making its way into commercial applicationsuntil now.
2012-02-28 NFC controller to enable contactless apps, mobile services
ST expands its Secure Elements portfolio with the ST21NFCA that the company said covers the full range of NFC use cases and requirements for handset manufacturers and mobile network operators.
2014-03-26 Multi-standard readers address RFID migration
Multi-standard readers give manufacturers huge flexibility in terms of RFID standards.
2010-12-08 MCUs secure smart cards running multiple apps
NXP's latest family of microcontrollers introduces the IntegralSecurity architecture which protects the integrity and confidentiality of user data and applications targeting CC EAL 6+ certification.
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