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BluStor Introduces the World's First Platform to Protect the Full Stream of Mobile Security: Device, User, And Data
Date:8/20/2013

igh-Capacity Flash Memory Technology
  • Bluetooth 4.0/LE and NFC Wireless
  • Hardware-Based RNG; Crypto Co-processor; DES, AES algorithms
  • Paper-Thin Polymer Rechargeable Battery + Energy Harvesting Circuitry
  • About BluStor PMC, Inc.
    Finis Conner, co-founder Seagate, founder Conner Peripherals, recognized that mobile users need effective biometric identity authentication – for national ID, health care, BYOD, and other mobile applications – and created the BluStor platform. Today's smart cards are inadequate, and no alternatives exist to address this need. Hence BluStor, the smart card re-imagined: powerful, portable, personal. For more information visit:
    http://www.blustor.com/.

    For more information:
    Gregory Newman
    Vice President, Business Development
    (408) 961-8855
    Email


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