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Offices: Austin, Texas & Mexico City, Mexico
Merkatum is a single-source provider of biometric technology software and services that help reduce identity fraud and security threats for government agencies, financial institutions, and healthcare providers worldwide. They design, deploy, and fully-manage end-to-end solutions for their clients, decreasing operational risks and acquisition costs and enabling them to comply with governmental mandates.
Offices: Hangzhou, China
Miaxis Biometrics is a key scientific and innovative enterprise jointly invested by Intel-the world chip magnate, Shanghai Belling Co, the first listed company in line of China's micro-electronic industry and six pioneers. With a research center and Zhejiang University-Miaxis Laboratory, Miaxis is devoted to the research and development of embedded fingerprint verification technology.
Microsoft Speech Technologies
Offices: Redmond, Washington
Powerful speech-based interfaces, available in your language, will enhance the user experience and let people access information more naturally and effectively wherever they are. Microsoft’s speech technology already powers great ready-to-use applications like Outlook Voice Access in Microsoft Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging, Windows Speech Recognition on Windows Vista, Speech Server on Office Communications Server 2007, and Voice Command on Windows Mobile.
Motorola Biometrics
Offices: Holtsville, New York
Motorola's advanced identity management and criminal application biometric products put critical information into the hands of government employees and public safety personnel when and where they need it. Motorola Biometric Information Systemss (BIS) allows you enter, search, match, identify and verify with remarkable speed and accuracy. This scalable solution, built upon service-oriented architecture using commercial off-the-shelf hardware, provides flexibility for future expansion and protection against obsolescence.