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XIRING and SCM Microsystems Jointly Develop Mobile Terminals for German eHealth Market
Date:10/16/2008

o help SCM bring mobile eHealth terminals to the German market in the tight timeframe the program demands. Thanks to this strategic collaboration we are in the unique position to offer a complete terminal portfolio, including mobile as well as desktop models, for German health professionals," commented Felix Marx, chief executive officer of SCM Microsystems.

"SCM Microsystems has played a major role in helping to develop card terminal specifications for Germany's new eHealth scheme. They have the necessary software expertise, know-how of the German market and a strong understanding of the new program's requirements. By joining our efforts, we are sure to provide the perfect mobile solution to German healthcare professionals," commented Georges Liberman, chairman and chief executive officer at XIRING.

About SCM Microsystems:

SCM Microsystems is a leading provider of solutions that open the Digital World by enabling people to conveniently access digital content and services. The company develops, markets and sells the industry's broadest range of smart card reader technology for secure PC, network and physical access and digital media readers for transfer of digital content to OEM customers in the government, financial, enterprise, consumer electronics and photographic equipment markets worldwide. Global headquarters are in Ismaning, Germany. For additional information, visit the SCM Microsystems web site at http://www.scmmicro.com.

About XIRING:

Created in 1998, XIRING is a security solution provider and develops security software embedded in smart card readers for strong authentication and digital signature. XIRING equips over 6 million users with remote card authentication solutions based on the banking card, and is the leader of the professional solutions market for the SESAM-Vitale French healthcare scheme. XIRING posted revenues of euro 23.8 million in 2007. XIRING has been li
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