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OT PEARL eSE ergänzt neues nubia Z7, um mobile Zahlungsdienste von China UnionPay zu ermöglichen

Oberthur Technologies (OT), ein weltweit führender Anbieter digitaler Sicherheitslösungen für mobile Anwendungen, gab heute bekannt, dass sein eingebettetes Secure Element PEARL von nubia, der Premium-Marke von ZTE, ausgewählt wurde, um den mobilen Zahlungsdienst von China UnionPay (CUP) für sein neues Smartphone nubia Z7 zur Verfügung stellen zu können.

OT PEARL eSE equips the new nubia Z7 to enable CUP mobile payment service (Photo: Business Wire)

OT PEARL eSE equips the new nubia Z7 to enable CUP mobile payment service (Photo: Business Wire)

Eine sichere und bequeme mobile Zahlungsfunktion ist eines der signifikantesten Merkmale des neuen nubia Smartphones nubia Z7. Die Nutzer müssen ihre Hardware nicht ändern oder ergänzen und können ihre CUP Bankkarte bequem über das Funknetz auf das bereits in das nubia Z7 eingebettete Secure Element (eSE) aufspielen. Anschließend können die Nutzer mit ihrem Smartphone Zahlungsvorgänge ausführen, indem sie das Gerät in sehr kurzem Abstand über einem der 3 Millionen kontaktlosen Zahlungsterminals in China platzieren. Das System ist sicher, schnell und äußerst bequem.

China UnionPay ist eine Vereinigung von 175 Banken und Finanzinstituten in China. nubia ist ein bedeutender Hersteller von Smartphones und strebt im Jahr 2014 die Auslieferung von 60 Mio. Einheiten an.

„Wir sind hocherfreut, bekannt geben zu können, dass PEARL by OT®, unser eingebettetes Secure Element, ausgewählt wurde, um mobile Zahlungsdienste für nubia Z7 Smartphones zu ermöglichen”, so Cédric Collomb, Managing Director of the Telecom Business Unit bei OT. „Wir freuen uns, Herstellern von Originalteilen das umfangreichste, mehrfach zertifizierte eingebettete Secure Element auf dem Markt, einschließlich Aktivierung der Bankfunktionen über Funk, anbieten zu können. PEARL verwandelt das hochmoderne Mobilfunkgerät Z7 von nubia in das Zahlungsinstrument der Zukunft.”

„Unser nubia Z7 ist das erste Smartphone mit eSE für den mobilen Zahlungsdienst von China UnionPay und wir sind äußerst erfreut über die Zusammenarbeit mit OT, dem Experten für kontaktlose Technologien und digitale Sicherheitslösungen”, so Ni Fei, CEO von nubia. „Bei PEARL von OT handelt es sich um das am besten geeignete eingebettete Secure Element, um unserem Anforderungsprofil zu entsprechen. Auf diese Weise können wir unseren Kunden eine mobile Zahlungslösung anbieten, die stabil, hinreichend erprobt und effizient ist.”

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Oberthur Technologies ist ein weltweit führender Anbieter digitaler Sicherheitslösungen für mobile Anwendungen. OT prägt den Mobilsektor seit seiner Entstehung, von den ersten Smartcards bis hin zu den neuesten kontaktlosen Zahlungstechnologien, mit denen Millionen von Smartphones ausgestattet sind. Das Unternehmen ist auf den Märkten für Zahlungs-, Telekommunikations- und Identitätslösungen vertreten und bietet Komplettlösungen in den Bereichen Smart Transactions, mobile Finanzdienstleistungen, Machine-to-Machine, digitale Identität sowie Transport- und Zugangskontrolle. OT beschäftigt weltweit über 6.000 Mitarbeiter, darunter nahezu 700 im Bereich Forschung und Entwicklung. Mithilfe von mehr als 50 Vertriebszentralen auf fünf Kontinenten und zehn Niederlassungen betreut das internationale Vertriebsnetz von Oberthur Technologies Kunden in 140 Ländern. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter www.oberthur.com

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nubia ist die Premiummarke unter den ZTE Smartphones. Sie wurde im Oktober 2012 eingeführt. Die Marke nubia wird unabhängig verwaltet und durch ein eigenes Team von der Marke ZTE abgehoben. Sie zielt hauptsächlich auf den freien High-End-Markt und entwickelt sich weltweit sehr erfolgreich. nubia wird die Kunden begeistern, da sich die Marke in puncto Konzeption, Design, Preis, Werbung und Service besonders auszeichnet.

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