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Swissbit unveils PS-100u Micro SD cards for device security

19 Nov 2013

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Swissbit is expanding its flash memory product line with the introduction of the PS-100u family of security products. The PS-100u Micro SD, which comes in a standard edition, voice edition and contactless card edition, allows for the enhancement of mobile and embedded systems into secure devices.

The Standard Edition PS-100u SE fits best into authentication and PKI use cases. The card is supported by leading middleware vendors in mobile, desktop and tablet use cases to ensure a seamless design in into existing security infrastructures.

The Voice Edition PS-100u VE provides Elliptic Curve Cryptography. The big computation and security advantage combined with small certificate sizes make the PS-100u VE card ideal for online key- and certificate exchange like it is crucial for high performance secure voice solutions.

In terminals the Contactless card PS-100u CL could be connected with an external antenna and communicate via ISO 14443 contactless protocol with all NFC smart phones for wallet, payment, ePurse and banking applications.

The PS-100u Series is equipped with a CC EAL 5+ smart card chip with a CC EAL 5+ certified Java Card OS of the latest standard. The list of supported platforms comprises of Windows 7/8/Vista/XP, Android and BlackBerry, which can be flexibly extended upon request. The available storage densities are 4GB and 8GB in speed class 10.

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