eSE-NFC Security for Mobile and NFC


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NFC (Near Field Communication) technology is at the heart of an expanding spectrum of easy-to-use, intuitive, contactless applications.

These are targeting a broad range of electronics devices such as handsets, PDAs and other consumer electronics devices.

The state-of-the-art NFC enabled system security for mobiles by STMicroelectronics 

  • Includes not only state-of-the-art NFC controllers
  • Transceivers
  • Set of secure 32-bit Flash-based microcontrollers to address SWP-SIM
  • Embedded secure elements
  • MicroSD SWP secure devices.

STMicroelectronics is today the first and only silicon solution supplier on the market capable of providing a global offer of products and solutions for NFC enablement.

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