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  • Birdiebinger Birdiebinger Oct 20, 2011 3:47 PM Flag

    Is Samsung Still in Korea?

    Go me a pumper.....

    SCM Microsystems’ readers certified for use in the Korean market

    ISMANING, Germany, October 20, 2011 – SCM Microsystems, a leading provider of solutions for secure access, secure identity and secure exchange and a business unit of Identive Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: INVE, Frankfurt: INV), today announced that several of its smart card readers have been certified for use in the Korean market and now carry the official Korea Certification (KC) mark.

    Readers certified for use in Korea include SCM’s SCL3711 and SCL011 contactless readers, SDI011 dual interface reader and SCR3310v2.0 and SCR3500 contact readers. The certification signifies compliance with all standards and requirements of the Korean authorities for radio communications equipment. The KC mark ensures that the readers can now be used by government agencies, enterprises and private users.

    "Korea’s rapid adoption of smart card-based technologies for telecommunications, banking and payments, transportation and corporate ID makes it an attractive growth opportunity for SCM, and certification of our readers is an important step to penetrating this key Asian market," said Dr. Manfred Mueller, chief executive officer of SCM Microsystems. “This initial certification brings value to our customers in Korea as it allows them to leverage proven SCM technologies to quickly build and certify their own market solutions. As part of our global certification program we will continue to pursue certifications for additional product families in the coming months.”

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