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FPC Wins Frost + Sullivan Europe Product Line Strategy Award

FPC (Fingerprint Cards) AB has been honored by Frost & Sullivan for its fingerprint verification components and systems. FPC has been operating in the biometric field for more than ten years concentrating on developing and marketing new and superior solutions in the fingerprint biometrics. Its robust solutions have helped to put the company in the top position as a prime designer and supplier of fingerprint verification systems to its 2000 plus clients globally.

The company’s product list includes biometric processor ASICs (Applications Specific integrated circuits), fingerprint sensors, development kits, biometric sub-modules, and so on. Its FPC1011F area sensing with its 3D pixel sensing technology, helps to observe and read any finger, dry and wet. The company has also developed sensors, such as FPC1031 (swipe sensor) and FPC2020 (ASIC) and the FPC-AM3.

Das notes that FPC not only offers customized products, but also provides vast discounts to customers for bulk purchases. They help the clients with product design, scrutinize the design, and embellish it with FPC technology for superior performance, resulting in a value added service for the customers.

FPC is a top class performer in three key market areas-such as specialized projects in wafer band format, CMOS swipe based sensors and CMOS area based sensors and subsystems. FPC is the chief supplier of biometric verification system for the Chinese banking segment. Das further stated that even though FPC’s core business was founded or centered on its patented fingerprint technological system, it also offers its singular fingertip verification techniques for smart cards, mobile phones and so on. Applications such as time and attendance, access control in buildings also use FTP’s area sensor technology.

Frost and Sullivan identify companies in both global and regional markets for displaying exceptional performances in customer service, leadership and technological innovations through analysis, extensive interviews and in depth secondary research to recognize the best techniques.

Source: http://www.frost.com

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