NXP unveils JCOP3

18/09/17

NXP Semiconductors has launched its latest Java Card Operating System, JCOP3, for secure identification applications.

According to the company, customers can benefit from a multi-solution platform with higher security and flexibility, as well as the ability to integrate their own applets and personalisation solutions, while accelerating time-to-market.

The launch coincides with the 20th anniversary of the Java Card Forum. “NXP's launch of JCOP3 significantly contributes to advancing Java Card technology. It reinforces NXP’s position as a trusted partner and industry leader across a broad range of markets that rely on this ubiquitous programming language for eGovernment, banking, public transport, and mobile applications,” says Rafael Sotomayor, senior vice president and general manager of the secure transactions and identification business at NXP. “We look forward to continuing our support for the Java Card Forum and Java Card developments with our expertise and ability to meet the growing demand for secure and flexible solutions in the era of IoT.”

According to NXP, its JCOP3 product is based on the SmartMX2 microcontroller platform and offers both EMVCo and Common Criteria certification. Features such as NXP’s SecureBox solution allow customers to develop native functionality that seamlessly runs on the JCOP3 platform.

 

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