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Wirtschaftspolitik Forumsuche in Titel Volltext Aktie. OTI erwirtschaftet erneut Rekordverluste! Seite 1 von 3 Seite 1 Seite 2 Seite 3. OT5 will demonstrate a mobile phone attachment, the first of its kind to integrate complete contactless smart card capabilities on a mobile phone platform, at the CeBIT Trade Fair in Hanover, Germany. This device is the first result of an agreement signed in November between Funge Systems, Inc.

The revolutionary mobile commerce m-commerce product attaches to an existing mobile phone, transforming it into a contactless smart device.

Usage is not limited to payment, however. Once loaded, the enabled smart phone can be instantly used as a contactless smart card at point-of-sale POS devices equipped with a contactless smart reader, such as a mass transit ticketing machine or vending machine. Vending machines equipped with contactless readers will also accept payment using the device.

While most m-commerce purchase schemes require at least one mobile phone call to authorize or invoice a purchase, the solution presented by OTI and Funge provides an economical and secure offline purchase option without the need for such a call. These types of transactions vovafone alternate systems may be subject to cumulative transaction fees that could easily equal or surpass the actual purchase price, making the transaction cost prohibitive for the customer as well as the vendor.

Applications developed by OTI include product solutions for mass transit, parking, gas management systems, loyalty schemes, ID and secure campuses. Visit Infoffaxe on the Internet at: FSI supplies other products and services which include: For more information, visit Funge Systems website at: Customers of the banks will be issued with a unique code on a smart card, activated by a PIN code, to digitally sign mobile payments, money transfers or e-mail, while on the move.

However, Klaus Thoma, of Deutsche Bank, said the need for peripheral card readers could initially restrict the service to business users.

Telcos, for their part, favor single-SIM phone models, since a dual-slot phone could potentially work with a SIM card from a rival operator. All four banks are to collaborate on the MoSign initiative in a move shortly after the Ww parliament granted e-signatures the same status as their handwritten equivalent.

Given that Deutsche Telekom subsidiary, TeleCash, wdw establishing a mobile clearing house in a bid for the wireless payment market in Germany, these banks are keen to ensure their market share.

In a worst case scenario, if a mobile clearing house teamed with a pan-European carrier, banks would face disintermediation from an entire new market. Launches Its Ecommerce Web Site www.

ECNC -newstoday announced the launch of its ecommerce Website http: Banco Nacional de Credito, S. Net, a leading Internet ecommerce Portal for the Caribbean, as part of Project and expects to distribute a further 30, in Along with our strategic partners we offer the client and merchant common sense means of secure online payment whereby financial information is neither seen nor stored by the merchant who is charged a flat fee for Bank Eyes Only TM transactions.

Certain statements in this news release may contain forward- looking information within the meaning of Rule under the Securities Act of and Rule 3b-6 under the Securities Exchange Act of and are subject to the safe harbor created under those sections.

All statements, other than statements of fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements regarding potential future plans and objectives of the company, are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties.

There can be no assurance that such se will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements.

That is no longer the case. Consolidation and public vovafone have bulked up card suppliers into an oligarchy of four to five large companies, which plan to grow larger with further acquisitions. The major players aim infofaxee supply more of the pieces of the smart card system and to continue their march into potentially vodafome markets in Japan, the United States and elsewhere outside of their European bases. But becoming a truly global company that can offer customers the latest technology requires capital and critical mass.


On the shopping list are application development houses and card-management aww that can help Gemplus increase revenue and retain customers. To stay within striking distance, No. Some observers expect more consolidation. Martiny and others say big information technology companies outside of the smart card market may someday try to grab a share of the pie lnfofaxe buying one of the major card manufacturers.


None, however, expressed interest in the Bull unit, says the source involved in the deal. The big suppliers are also tapping capital markets. CpayS AG, launched in January, develops payment systems. If you had asked me 10 years ago, could we go public one of these days, I would say no.

Those companies were substantially overpriced, Nehls contends. Such is the price of gaining market share in the smart card industry. In part, it went public to digest some of the huge debt it had incurred. Consolidation has pros and cons for banks, telcos, government agencies and other buyers of smart cards. On the one hand, fewer big suppliers are better able to forge agreements on software standards.

Moreover, larger operations enjoy economies of scale, which, in theory at least, allow them to lower prices. But there is a downside to consolidation, too, say some. Bigger companies are less likely to offer individual service to customers and can stifle innovation. Twigg says he and three former colleagues quit their jobs at Orga to form Bluefish last spring because they saw an opportunity to scoop up business supplying subscriber identity module smart cards to mobile phone operators, which he contends often do not get adequate service from big suppliers.

The company lines up supplies of chips and hires some of the more than small card manufacturers around the world to embed them in plastic. Bluefish designs the software, including the operating system and applications.

The big card manufacturers, with their large staffs of software developers, have too much of a stake to push software from independent developers, agrees Peter Cox, CEO of UK-based card maker ID Data. Like others, the card industry veteran believes there will be more consolidation among the major players. But some of it may be necessary if suppliers want to deal with buyers, such as large banking and telecommunication companies, on more of an equal footing.

But supplier consolidation has its advantages, too, he says. ID Data, though larger than these small card embedders, is just as threatened by the big players. The answer for Cox was to take the company public last fall in order to grow larger and try to compete globally with the likes of Gemplus and Schlumberger. The big players face their own threats, not only from each other, but from chip manufacturers and software companies, the latter pushing standardized operating systems or platforms.

The chip makers could load the chips with smart card software and hire card embedders to deliver them to customers.

Lately, application development has become easier with standardized card operating software that any developer skilled in writing Java, Visual Basic for Windows or C programming languages can use to write smart card applications, with a little training. The products threaten to put card makers “in a position in which we could become mere card embedders,” Lassus says.

To forestall that fate, the big card makers unfofaxe added to the list of software and services they offer, from card management to hrtp software that authenticates the parties to e-commerce transactions.

It is also why the card makers have gone on the acquisition trail. They want to increase vodfone value to customers. The year-old company designs software that allows mobile phone network operators ibfofaxe identify customers at risk for moving to the competition.

The software can be linked to SIM cards to more quickly spot those customers and immediately send them special offers to keep them in the fold. UK-based Apax Partners also plans further acquisitions, and bid on the Bull smart card unit. Together, the company could sell authentication products used by governments, banks and other organizations, say executives.


Others have their doubts that Apax will resist the urge to sell the former Bundesdruckerei off in pieces.

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Card makers are not the only companies in the smart card industry going public. There also are software companies, such as loyalty firm Catuity Inc. The access to cheaper capital gained by going public comes at a price, however, as management gives up some control and must answer to investors and analysts.

Recalling the gold rush mentality fueled by the run-up in the prices of Internet-related stocks last year has left managers of some smart card companies apprehensive. Hamann says Infineon had to come up with a new “communication strategy” in speaking with financial analysts, fund managers and vodafoje public.

One of those changes is requirements for financial disclosure that can bring unwanted criticism. Gemplus experienced that just before its IPO in December when some European analysts and journalists found fault with the the compensation packages given Lassus and especially CEO Perez, who had joined Gemplus just six months earlier from computer maker Hewlett-Packard.

It is all part of playing in the major leagues. Von fugazi23 heute School administrators were swept along, and most university ID invofaxe that infkfaxe a chip use it to store value that students use to buy Cokes from vending machines and to pay for washing their clothes. Self-contained university campuses arguably have proven more inofaxe to stored value smart cards than the shopping mall or high street, where banks have tried voeafone little success to promote such electronic purse chip cards as Proton, Visa Cash and Mondex.

Nonetheless, many universities find they can eliminate cash just as well with less-expensive magnetic-stripe cards. Today, the buzz on campus is more about using smart cards to authenticate individuals accessing a campus computer network or Web site. If smart cards are to move beyond their tiny toehold at universities, authentication likely will be a major driver. Although the United States generally has lagged behind in smart cards, U.

Even still, only about wwww of 1, U. The business case for smart cards on stored value alone is “mediocre,” although it improves if off-campus merchants are involved, says Jack Mapes, director of the wsw and associates program at Schlumberger Ltd. But, he says, the growing use of information technology on campus creates a more compelling case for smart cards.

Smart card advocates are hopeful the electronic ID feature will hasten campus adoption of chip cards, which has progressed slowly.

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Globally, about 4 million smart cards will be issued by universities this year, growing to some 6. That leaves plenty of room for growth, as the United Nations estimates there inofaxe nearly 90 million postsecondary students worldwide.

The main barrier to wider smart card use is the cost of the cards. Columbus, Ohio-based Cybermark Inc.

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Adding a contactless interface that allows cardholders to htfp a door or pay a transit fare with just a wave of a chip card further raises the cost. There are other expenses, as well. For instance, schools that put an electronic purse on the chip typically have machines that accept cash and load value onto the chip. Given those costs, chip cards can significantly boost the price tag for a campus card system.

It was primarily the high price of chip cards that derailed a smart card rollout planned for last fall to 5, students at the Springfield campus of the University of Illinois, says Gary Brinkley, director of business systems analysis for the office of cash management and investments at Illinois.