Dimension Data Germany and Nanoident Biometrics partner

June 19, 2007 — IT service provider Dimension Data Germany is now the exclusive German distributor of Nanoident‘s multimodal biometric security solutions for corporate home offices. Dimension Data will also provide installation services and configuration for customer-specific applications. In connection with the companies’ agreement, Dimension Data was able to secure a pilot project with a large global bank in Germany and successfully implement the technology, which it says is highly scalable and cost effective.

Linz, Austria-based Nanoident Biometrics GmbH promises the most reliable and secure biometrics products available, with multimodal sensor hardware and biometric software algorithms, to support a wide range of biometric trait recognition including face, voice and lip movement, iris, fingerprint, skin tissue structure, vein patterns, and palm. This promises recognition accuracy, fraud resistance, and identity-theft protection.

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