Silicon Trust welcomes Watchdata as new partner

Screen shot 2014-04-01 at 09.42.06The Silicon Trust Executive Board is delighted to welcome Watchdata Technologies as new partner in the Silicon Trust Program.

Watchdata Technologies (www.watchdata.com) is a recognized pioneer in digital authentication and transaction security. Founded in Beijing in 1994, the company now has international headquarters in Singapore, 11 regional offices, and serves customers in over 50 countries. Watchdata customers include mobile network operators, financial institutions, transport operators, governments and leading business enterprises. Its solutions provide daily convenience and security to over 1 billion mobile subscribers, 80 million e-banking customers and 50 million commuters.
Watchdata product lines feature contact and contactless EMV, UICC, e-ID and transportation smart cards, online security tokens, card readers and electronic toll collection (ETC) devices. The end-to-end solutions include secure hardware, operating systems, software applications, and services such as personalization and remote lifecycle management. In intelligent transportation systems (ITS) field, Watchdata offers advanced solutions to address complex urban congestion challenges.
Watchdata research teams constantly innovate to keep pace with a rapidly converging digital world. The company pioneered the development of smart card operating systems, the application of PKI and OCL technologies in USB e-banking security devices and the revolutionary SIMpass mobile payment NFC solution that is now used by millions of customers worldwide.

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