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Java

A programming language. It is especially useful because it allows for software distribution to a wide audience. It was developed by Sun Microsystems.
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It is easy to show that in this case FHC cannot guarantee security since the digest sent to the Java card can be tampered.
Our high-performance Java Card solutions, such as the one employed by SecuRead, are tailored to the specific needs of markets with the highest security requirements such as payment, transit, access control and other mobile applications.
The next-generation Java Card technology marks a move from smart cards to smart devices, offering the potential of using one personal and secure device for multiple smart services, while reducing infrastructure costs," says Christian Goire, president of the Java Card Forum.
The Global Platform, which previously only supported Java Card, now also supports the MULTOS platform.
The acquisition of the Aspects Java Card assets is an important step for Athena as we strive to continue and offer our customers the most advanced and secure smart ID solutions.
By coupling this security IC platform with the industry-renowned Java Card OS, Renesas Technology is now ideally positioned to drive the security IC market forward.
The end-user accesses his or her individual desktop environment by inserting a personal Java Card technology-enabled smart card into the Sun Ray thin client.
In 1996, the company developed the first microprocessor card using Java technology; Java Card has since been included in the specifications for the GSM and UTMS "third generation" wireless communications standards.
The advanced voice services delivered by Kodiak SIMpower demonstrate the power of applications that can be built on the Java Card(TM) platform for the GSM and 3G markets today," said Peter Cattaneo, Director of Java Card Business, Sun Microsystems(TM).
75 billion devices around the globe, including 579 million Java Powered phones, 600 million Java Card technology-enabled smart cards, set-top boxes, PDAs, printers, games and Web sites.
have collaborated on development of a 1 megabyte Flash memory card equipped with IBM's Java Card Open Platform (JCOP), an embedded operating system based on Java(TM) (1) technology.
In addition, Majitek is utilizing a range of SunRay(TM) thin client terminals and Java Card infrastructure to further demonstrate the combined power of Sun & Majitek's product offerings in the remote Smart Home/Office market.