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DigitalPersona Announces FingerJet OEM Fingerprint Recognition Software for Biometric Device Manufacturers and Solution Providers
Date:11/15/2011

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., and PARIS, Nov. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- DigitalPersona, Inc., a global provider of authentication and endpoint protection solutions, today announced the availability of its FingerJet™ OEM fingerprint recognition software for biometric device manufacturers and solution providers. FingerJet OEM offers MINEX-certified fingerprint feature extraction and template generation along with fast one-to-many identification and one-to-one verification. The software can be embedded into chips, fingerprint sensors and mobile devices as well as run on PCs and large servers. With FingerJet OEM, hardware and software vendors can add advanced biometrics to their products quickly and easily. Commercial licenses for FingerJet OEM are available for source code as well as binaries.

As demand for biometrically-enabled computers, mobile ID terminals, phones and tablets grows, device manufacturers and application developers are looking for high performance, cost-effective ways to add fingerprint recognition to their products. International standards for fingerprint data formats enable applications to exchange biometric data across a wide range of devices, databases and applications – but only if the underlying fingerprint data is consistently and accurately obtained and compared. FingerJet OEM enables solution providers, from mobile device vendors to integrators for national ID programs, to build uniform, high-quality biometrics into applications on a variety of platforms.

FingerJet OEM is both fast and compact, requiring approximately 192KB of code space and 128KB of data space for fingerprint extraction, identification and verification. Based on DigitalPersona® technology that has been used commercially on millions of devices, FingerJet OEM can run on 32-bit and 64-CPUs as well as 32-bit microcontrollers and does not require any special hardware such as DSPs or floating point. Finge
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