ACS an Exhibitor and Moderator in NFC Solutions Summit 2014

ACS was at the Renaissance Austin Hotel in Austin, Texas, USA, for NFC Solutions Summit 2014 from Jun 3 to 4, 2014.

ACS exhibited the ACR122U, a CCID-compliant reader that also supports MIFARE, FeliCa, and ISO 14443 Type A and B technologies; and the ACR122T, a token version of the ACR122U that is both PC/SC and CCID-compliant. ACS will also display the ACR123, a terminal that offers far-ranging compatibility by supporting ISO 14443, MIFARE, MasterCard PayPass, and Visa payWave cards.

ACS also showed its latest contactless reader, the ACR1252, and its latest mobile card reader, the ACR35. The ACR1252 is one of the first in the industry to be certified by the NFC Forum to perform all three NFC modes and guarantee interoperability with other NFC devices. Meanwhile, the ACR35 is a reader for magnetic stripe and contactless cards that enables users to accept cashless payments, even through mobile devices that have no built-in NFC. 

ACS’s President for the Americas, Bob Merkert, was panel moderator for a track panel session on Jun 4. The topic will be: NFC and Identity Access Solutions.

NFC Solutions Summit has been touted as “the leading NFC showcase for the Americas.” Organized by the Smart Card Alliance, the event brings together leaders from different industry sectors to enable a cohesive picture of issues, milestones, and technology advancements in NFC markets. To learn more about the NFC Solutions Summit, visitwww.nfcsolutionssummit.com.

For more NFC and mobile payment solutions, visit www.acs.com.hk or email info@acs.com.hk.

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About Advanced Card Systems Ltd.

ACS is Asia Pacific’s #1 supplier of PC-linked Smart Card Readers. One of a few companies at the forefront of the smart card revolution, ACS develops smart card and reader technologies providing security, convenience and efficiency to daily life. Visit http://www.acs.com.hk/ for more information.

Posted on July 7, 2014, in Contactless Readers, Mobile Card Readers, Press Release. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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