bnetTV speaks with Andy Ramsden of Device Fidelity at the 2012 Pepcom event held in Berlin.
Contactless technologies are helping to break the rules of daily transactions – speeding up payments, reducing time waiting in public transit queues, securing access to your property, and maintaining your unique identity on your most critical documents.
Imagine a world where all these functions could come to your trusted mobile device. DeviceFidelity is removing the barriers, and enabling your mobile device to realize its full potential and go beyond the current functions of data and voice.
The DeviceFidelity suite of solutions allows mobile users to add new functionality to their mobile without changing their service provider or their device. Our solution relies on core plug and play technologies designed to fit current and future mobile devices.
DeviceFidelity, Inc. develops plug-and-play technologies that empower a variety of institutions to deploy their services and applications on millions of mobile phones worldwide. Its patented In2Pay® iCaisse and patented In2Pay® microSD solution transform popular mobile phones into interactive contactless transaction devices.
Committed to bringing contactless innovation to the mobile phone, the company has numerous patents pending in both U.S. and international patent offices. With its team of mobile, finance, semiconductor and RFID experts, DeviceFidelity has proven that profitable revenue streams can be brought to market independent of traditional mobile feature propagation channels.
The core innovation is the first mobile contactless method that functions with any wireless service provider. Its simple plug-and-play integration makes it easy for both financial institutions and their customers to implement.
Working with commercialized standards, DeviceFidelity’s solution is uniquely positioned to change the way businesses and end users think of mobile devices – starting today!
Founded in 2007, DeviceFidelity, Inc. is a privately funded corporation with offices in Texas, California, New York and Great Britain.