Cost-effective TS-831X and TS-531X NAS

Now support QM2 expansion cards and feature an upgraded Quad-core 1.7 GHz CPU QNAP® Systems, Inc. has announced that its cost-effective 10GbE-ready TS-831X and TS-531X business NAS now support QNAP’s innovative QM2 PCIe expansion cards. By installing a QM2 card, users can easily configure M.2 SSDs for the NAS to enjoy boosted performance with SSD caching or a caching pool, or add additional 10GbE 10GBASE-T connectivity. Both the TS-831X and TS-531X now also ship with an upgraded AnnapurnaLabs, an Amazon company Alpine AL-314 quad-core 1.7 GHz processor that delivers higher…

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Suprema Launches BioMini Slim 2

World’s slimmest FAP20 fingerprint authentication scanner Suprema, Inc., has launched BioMini Slim 2, the world’s slimmest fingerprint authentication scanner. Along with its world’s slimmest (16mm), high definition optical sensor, the new BioMini Slim 2 features Suprema’s proprietary multi-dynamic range (MDR) technology, FBI PIV/ FIPS 201/ mobile ID FAP20 compliance and Android device support. The all new BioMini Slim 2 has been engineered from Suprema’s 2nd generation optical structure and device platform. BioMini Slim 2 provides developers more physical flexibility with its reduced form factor and the ultra-slim optical sensor ensures…

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Axxon Next 4.0.2 Released

A new version of the Axxon Next video management system has been released. This version includes more than 50 new features and enhancements that are particularly useful at large sites. Improved video search capabilities: Added identification of ‘friend or foe’ for face search. This is a quick way to find out how often a person of interest has appeared in the cameras’ field of view. You can now sort search results by time. Improved quality of face recognition and license plate recognition. Keywords are now highlighted in results when searching…

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Identity & Security Reveals its Contribution to the New Mastercard Biometric Card

Safran Identity & Security (ex Morpho) has recently announced that it is contributing with biometric card software and manufacturing capacities for the recently announced Mastercard next generation biometric card. This new generation payment card combines chip technology and biometrics to a strong and convenient means of authentication at the Point of Sale (POS). Instead of entering a PIN, cardholders simply place their finger onto the card. Their fingerprint is then matched against the biometric template on the card. Its ability to link an individual’s biometric identity to a payment card…

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