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Infineon Technologies joins the Java Card Forum

The Java Card Forum (JCF) is delighted to announce Infineon Technologies AG as its latest member. With more than six billion high security controllers sold since 2010, Infineon is a major player in today’s global security industry. Infineon has a long history working with Java Card technology supporting specification enhancements throughout the various releases, right […]

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JNet ThingX Corp joins the Java Card Forum

The Java Card Forum (JCF) is delighted to announce that jNet ThingX (“jNet”), a technology innovator specializing in the development of secure, embedded operating systems for secure microcontrollers (i.e. smartcards) and resource-constrained SoCs, is joining the Java Card Forum, demonstrating its commitment to contribute and drive forward the development of an IoT profile for the […]

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The Continuing Journey of the Java Card Forum

By Karen Brindley. The Java Card Forum (JCF) is proud to announce that it is celebrating its 20 year Anniversary in 2017. Back in 1997 a small group of smart card companies came together to form the Java Card Forum, to provide recommendations for the Java Card specification to Sun Microsystems – enhancing the platform […]

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New President and Business Chair for Java Card Forum announced

The Java Card Forum (JCF) has announced the appointment of Volker Gerstenberger as the new President of the organisation, as well as head of the Business Committee. He was elected for both posts by the members, to replace the outgoing Bruno Basquin. Volker is Director Product and Solution Marketing, Enterprise Security / OEM at Giesecke […]

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Wooshping and Nokia release a 21st century Appvent Calendar

It’s that time of year and advent is well and truly upon us. But what to do if you are not particularly charmed by those boring, old-fashioned advent calendars? Fear not, because those clever people at Nokia, in association with those equally clever people at Wooshping have a solution, which turns those calendars of yesteryear […]

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New look for Java Card Forum

Leading industry organization the Java Card Forum (JCF), dedicated to promoting and developing interoperable Java Card™ technology products, has today unveiled its new visual identity; providing a stronger industry presence and a clearer image for the organization going forward. “After reaching our 15 year milestone last year, it was the perfect time to evaluate our […]

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