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M2SYS Partners with SecuGen Corporation to Support Market Leading Hamster Plus Fingerprint Reader with Auto-On Technology
Date:9/3/2007

Innovative Optical Fingerprint Reader to be the Latest Addition to M2SYS'

Biometric Hardware Suite

ATLANTA, Aug. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- M2SYS Technology, a biometric technology research and development firm, announced today its partnership with SecuGen Corporation to support their revolutionary fingerprint reader, the Hamster Plus.

The Hamster Plus fingerprint reader features innovative Auto-On technology that automatically checks for the presence of a finger. The reader works seamlessly with M2SYS' award-winning biometric software; activating and scanning a finger as soon as the sensor is touched.

The fingerprint scanner features 500 DPI resolution with the strictest tolerance found in optical biometric sensors, a highly durable and scratch- resistant sensor prism, and a rugged compact design. The reader's high- quality sensor also easily identifies aged, dry, scarred or small fingers.

"We are committed to providing our partners with the best fingerprint hardware technology available on the market today", states John Kim, Vice President of Hardware Development for SecuGen. "The Hamster Plus is a next- generation fingerprint scanner that captures an image in record time. It also provides sophisticated image enhancement capabilities that ensure the highest level of accuracy."

"As a biometric technology research and development firm, we have tested a countless number of fingerprint scanners and the Hamster Plus has proven to be one of the best. The immediate fingerprint scan noticeably accelerates identification", states Mizan Rahman, CEO and Chief Engineer of M2SYS. "SecuGen is a market leader in providing biometric hardware. Their new Hamster Plus fingerprint reader coupled with our best-of-breed biometric software solutions will provide the ultimate in end-user convenience. Through this strategic partnership, M2SYS has effectively strengthened our solution portfolio to extend an even greater value to our customers."

About SecuGen Corporation

SecuGen is the world's leading provider of advanced, optical fingerprint recognition technology, products, tools and platforms for physical and information security. SecuGen designs and develops proprietary and patented fingerprint sensors and algorithms and markets OEM components, developer kits, application software and fingerprint peripherals for a wide range of applications worldwide.

About M2SYS Technology

Recipient of Frost & Sullivan's 2007 Biometrics Technology Innovation of the Year Award, M2SYS Technology, http://www.m2sys.com, is a recognized industry leader in fingerprint identity-management technology, delivering a variety of customized, fully-functional, turn-key fingerprint readers and software solutions for businesses and consumers.

This release was issued on behalf of the above organization by Send2Press(R), a unit of Neotrope(R). http://www.Send2Press.com


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