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    Rambus Bell ID launches Token Gateway to ease bank integration with multiple TSPs

    October 19th, 2016

    PARTNER NEWS: Rambus Bell ID has launched a software platform that card issuers can use to integrate with multiple third-party token service providers (TSPs) such as those operated by international and domestic payment schemes. Issuing… More

    Beyond OEM Pay webinar — See it now on NFC World

    October 13th, 2016

    NFC World’s ‘Beyond OEM Pay: Mobile payment strategies for banks’ webinar is now available to view online. More than two hundred people signed up to take part in the live event and participants gave the… More

    Join NFC World for a free webinar to learn how banks can deliver differentiated mobile strategies

    September 16th, 2016

    NFC World will host a free webinar on Thursday 13 October exploring how financial institutions can take control of their own mobile payment strategies to move beyond standard handset maker and card network schemes and… More

    Bell ID analyses Android Pay

    May 29th, 2015

    PARTNER NEWS: In a blog published today, tokenization specialist Bell ID outlines the differences between Google’s Android Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, and discusses what the NFC service means for banks. “Will Android Pay dominate the market for mobile payments and go head to head with Apple Pay? Currently, it is looking unlikely,” writes Bell ID’s Martin Cox.

    iPhone, NFC and Apple Pay: How should banks react?

    September 10th, 2014

    PARTNER VIEWS: The launch of Apple Pay “is good news for US iPhone users who want to ‘tap to pay’,” Martin Cox, global head of sales at Bell ID, writes in a blog post. “But what about the majority of smartphone users who are using an Android device? What about those of us outside of the US? The good news, he says, is that “banks finally have clarity” on the preferred technology at the point of sale, and “for Apple’s primary market, the US, it’s also strong endorsement for the ubiquity of EMV.”