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Fidelica Microsystems Announces Biometrically-Authenticated Smart Card
Date:12/5/2007

Integrated Biometric ID Technology Now Embedded in a Fully Flexible

ISO-Compliant Card Format

MILPITAS, Calif., Dec. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Fidelica Microsystems, Inc., a pioneering developer of fingerprint imaging and authentication technology, announces the availability of the company's FSC-3012 Biometrically Authenticated Smart Card. This biometrically-authenticated credential features a fully-embedded biometric system. Fidelica's smart card is the first in the industry to provide fingerprint imaging, enrollment and authentication contained entirely within an ISO 7810/16-format smart card. This card offers a cost-effective and easy-to-use means for security professionals to add biometric authentication to an access control or IT system, simply by upgrading cards.

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"Based on the BCP-3 platform, the FSC-3012 allows accurate and reliable biometric security to be quickly and economically deployed," said Robert Allen, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Fidelica. "By embedding a flexible plastic fingerprint scanner, microprocessor, and capture and matching software into a standards compliant smart card, we have made possible a biometric credential which conclusively ties the card to the cardholder," Allen continued.

Placement of the entire biometric system on the card provides the FSC-3012 exceptional accuracy, flexibility and cost-effectiveness:

-- No need to replace or modify infrastructure or back-end systems. The

FSC-3012 simply adds biometric security to existing systems.

-- Eliminates the need to transfer fingerprint templates between the

reader and the card, thereby reducing interface requirements and

increasing speed of use.

-- Protects the cardholder's privacy -- an authentication decision is t
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