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Fujitsu Microelectronics America Inc. today announced that it has forged an agreement with Orlando, Fla.-based Sequiam Corp. and its wholly owned subsidiary Sequiam Biometrics Inc. to develop OEM applications integrating Fujitsu biometric sensors into existing Sequiam Biometrics hardware and software solutions.
"Sequiam Biometrics is a welcome addition to the roster of companies using our biometric sensors," said Ray Abrishami, senior director of marketing for Fujitsu, in a statement. "We are excited and look forward to working with them to expand the market for biometrically enabled products."
Fujitsu sensors, the MBF200 single touch sensor and MBF310 Sweep Sensor ICs, meet government resolution requirements of 500dpi 8bit grayscale. Fujitsu biometric sensors will also be integrated into Sequiam's product line to provide biometric technology solutions.
"This collaboration will create systems that will bring biometrics into areas that were previously out of reach,? said Kevin Henderson, Sequiam president, in the statement. ?In producing inexpensive but high quality powerful biometric applications, the consumer and small business space becomes an instantly achievable market."
<<Electronic News -- 02/27/06>>