In today’s CardFlash News Que: TIMETRIC (Mexico); SYNCHRONY (volunteers); THREATMETRIX (award); and GEMALTO (award).
Gemalto and Samsung team to accelerate the deployment of Samsung Pay through Gemalto’s Allynis Trusted Service Hub (TSH) . Gemalto and Samsung are actively working with payment issuers to roll out Samsung Pay to Europe.
Gemalto has selected NTT DOCOMO for its NFC Services, the No.1 mobile operator in Japan with over 63 million subscribers, for its mobile NFC services. Gemalto will provide NTT DOCOMO with an end-to-end solution featuring its Allynis Trusted Service Management (TSM) service, as well as the UpTeq NFC UICC embedding both the SIM and contactless applications.
Gemalto has been selected by the Debit Network Alliance (DNA), a consortium of leading U.S. debit network providers, to deliver EMV consulting services. Gemalto’s EMV Allynis Consulting Services are designed to accelerate the deployment of EMV, significantly reducing time between DNA’s business plan and go-to-market. Gemalto’s consultants recommended and executed a strategy that details card, terminal and personalization requirements.
The largest ATM network in the Hong Kong and Macau region has commercially launched mobile NFC services. JETCO will deploy Gemalto’s Allynis Trusted Services Hub (TSH
Norway’s first mobile NFC payment service created by Telenor, DNB and SpareBank 1 is using Gemalto’s Allynis Trusted Service Hub. Gemalto’s hub platform for Valyou is a turnkey business service hosted in Gemalto’s certified secure data centers.
Semble will be using Gemalto’s Allynis Trusted Services Hub (TSH) to secure its mobile NFC services in New Zealand. Semble is a joint collaboration between major banks and all three operators in New Zealand serving as the aggregator for banks and service providers.
China Mobile has selected Gemalto’s UpTeq NFC Multi-tenant SIMs to protect consumer credentials used for mobile contactless payments for mass transit services in Beijing. There are more than 22 million daily commuters in the city that ride buses and the metro.
hrough Gemalto’s Allynis Trusted Services Hub customers get a one-stop and immediate access to the largest user base using NFC smartphones already equipped with Secure Elements. Over 1.5 billion mobile users worldwide are covered by Gemalto-contracted Trusted Services Management (TSM) platforms, with over a hundred million high-end “multi-tenant” SIM cards already in place to protect and manage sensitive application credentials. Ready today to handle a large number of future configurations, including Embedded Secure Elements (eSE) which are becoming available in some handsets and Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) that will be running inside next-generation mobile devices, as well as the emerging tokenization standards, the Allynis Trusted Services Hub offers both the broadest reach of users and the most future-proof technology across mobile platforms.
Gemalto introduces its Allynis Trusted Services Hub turnkey business service that enables financial institutions, enterprises, transport operators and more generally all digital service providers to benefit from a single connection in order to securely deploy their value-added and mobile payment services across a comprehensive portfolio of smartphones and mobile networks around the world. Through Gemalto’s Allynis Trusted Services Hub customers get a one-stop and immediate access to the largest user base using NFC smartphones already equipped with Secure Elements. Over 1.5 billion mobile users worldwide are covered by Gemalto-contracted Trusted Services Management (TSM) platforms, with over a hundred million high-end “multi-tenant” SIM cards already in place to protect and manage sensitive application credentials.
French LCL payments cards can now offer PIN codes via SMS thanks to Gemalto. Gemalto’s solution for LCL is built on Gemalto’s Netsize platform, operating seamlessly with direct connections to more than 160 mobile operators globally. This new Allynis eService offer is part of Gemalto’s broader range of digital services associated with payment card issuance.
Gemalto is enabling United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU) members around the globe to quickly and securely obtain their new Europay-MasterCard-VISA (EMV1) cards. Through a worldwide network of service centers, Gemalto’s Allynis Global Issuance services works seamlessly to issue EMV cards from regional centers that are located closest to the cardholder. Previously, UNFCU’s cards had been deployed from just one location in North America. Gemalto, having already delivered more than one billion EMV payment cards to clients worldwide, is making the card issuance service easier and more efficient for UNFCU and all its globally located cardholders.