NXP and Precise agree deal



Precise Biometrics and NXP have signed a partnership agreement to enable NXP to include Precise Match-on-Card on its smart card chips. The deal enables NXP to provide Precise Biometrics’ on-card fingerprint comparison technology on the chips used on smart identification cards.

NXP’s contact and contactless smart chips are sold to sectors including national ID programmes, government, IT and security.
“Our partnership with NXP will give customers a choice that combines best-of-class offerings in both smart chips and on-card comparison technology,” says Thomas Marschall, CEO, Precise Biometrics. “We believe that NXP, together with Precise Biometrics, will further their lead in offering customers the best, most secure, solutions in Match-on-Card. We expect to see the first financial results of this partnership late 2011 or in 2012.”


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