WWTT launches FingerQ products and services
Sep 20, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
World Wide Touch Technology Holdings Limited, or WWTT, which is engaged in manufacturing and trading electronic products, has launched its FingerQ products and services, starting in Asia.
FingerQ is available as a wide range of accessories that can be connected via the micro-USB connector of selected Android mobile phones and tablets. It delivers as forms of "sleeve" and "key" that can easily be mounted on smart phones like Samsung Galaxy S3, S4, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy Tab, and Android phones equips with USB OTG support, the company said.
FingerQ embraces a wide range of patented technologies that are developed by WWTT. It is a point-to-point service that can encrypt messages in text or multi-media format, can scramble voice messages and protect pictures/photos. By simply swiping one's finger, the designated recipient can view the content of the message with instant authorization, the company added.
"With today's high awareness of personal privacy and security for mobile devices, we are very excited to launch our patented technologies of FingerQ, today. We begin in Asia and will deploy the service globally. We selected FPC1080A due to its total superior performance. We expect fast growing sales during 2014 and beyond," said Kelvin Wong, President and CEO of WWTT.
"We congratulate WWTT on this launch which is another milestone for FPC. It is our first launch in a consumer product in China and our first major launch of our own swipe sensor module FPC1080A. The superior characteristics as lowest power consumption and best image quality as well as the attractive cost of 1080A, maintaining the best performance in the market, makes this product increasingly attractive for our customers. We are excited to hear WWTT's aggressive launch plans for FingerQ globally," said Johan Carlstrom, President and CEO of Fingerprint Cards AB.
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