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An updatable credit card-sized card with embedded integrated circuits that can receive input processed—via ICC applications—and deliver it as output

smart card

, smartcard (smart kard)
A plastic card, resembling a credit or debit card, that can provide identification, authentication, data storage, and other applications, such as a health insurance card on which the critical details of a person's health history are encoded.
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Matrox firmly believes partnering with Blue Chip Technology bodes extremely well for Mura and both firms moving forward," said Cecilia Wills, Country Manager, Matrox Graphics UK.
The PTAB has completed preliminary reviews of MCNC's flip chip technology and requested its participation in SEMATECH's flip chip program.
ACI will work with RBC to migrate to chip technology gradually and support its existing and future business goals for chip cards.
To date, Visa has achieved many significant milestones enroute to making chip technology a reality in the global payments industry.
The Common Criteria EAL5+ security certified Philips SmartMX chip technology embedded in the new French passports is secured by highly advanced encryption hardware and physical hacking counter measures to meet the sophisticated demands of security-sensitive markets such as eGovernment and banking.
Perfisans' chip technology is fully standards-compliant, and provides high-efficiency, high-quality network connections for both business and home applications.
The new e-ticketing system is compatible with Beijing's existing One-Card ticketing system, which will be used at the 2008 Olympics and will also support Beijing Public Transportation mass transit cards based on Philips' MIFARE contactless chip technology.
Through the close collaboration between Philips and ERG Group, ERG is using the advanced and proven MIFARE chip technology for the contactless smart card scheme in the Puget Sound.
NASDAQ: CTTY; ASX: CAT), provider of loyalty software for transaction processors, card issuers and merchants, today announced that a major customer of the company has indicated that it will phase out its smart chip technology program.
Due to Philips' commitment to developing state-of-the-art chip technology for the LCD TV market, Philips is ahead of the industry in developing single chip solutions such as the TDA15500 which will help drive the adoption of LCD TV.