"PQI understands that safe fingerprint sensors require SecureLink end-to-end encryption from the moment the finger touches the sensor all the way to the Quantum Matcher template authentication tool located on the host OS," said Godfrey Cheng, vice president marketing, Human Interface Systems Division, Synaptics. "The Synaptics single-chip solution does not require an external microcontroller for handling the cryptographic functions and is fully integrated with secure TLS communication and 256-bit AES encryption. This is critical due to the rapid growth of online payments, combined with the need for protecting access to PC data for both businesses and consumers alike."About Synaptics: Synaptics is the pioneer and leader of the human interface revolution, bringing innovative and intuitive user experiences to intelligent devices. Synaptics' broad portfolio of touch, display, and biometrics products is built on the company's rich R&D, extensive IP and dependable supply chain capabilities. With solutions designed for mobile, PC and automotive industries, Synaptics combines ease of use, functionality and aesthetics to enable products that help make our digital lives more productive, secure and enjoyable. (NASDAQ: SYNA) www.synaptics.com. Join Synaptics on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook, or visit www.synaptics.com. Natural ID, SentryPoint, Quantum Matcher, PurePrint, SecureLink, Synaptics, and the Synaptics logo are trademarks of Synaptics in the United States and/or other countries. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.
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