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    Bell ID acquired by chip maker Rambus’ digital security division

    January 26th, 2016

    PARTNER NEWS: Tokenization and mobile payments specialist Bell ID has been acquired by chip maker Rambus. Bell ID will form part of Rambus’ Cryptography Research division, which specialises in embedded security solutions including tamper resistance,… More

    Eftpos chooses Bell ID for mobile payments in Australia

    October 19th, 2015

    PARTNER NEWS: Debit card payment network Eftpos is to use Bell ID’s Token Service Provider platform to provide secure tokenization services to the Australian payments industry. The deal will see Bell ID’s tokenization platform being integrated… More

    Bell ID reports 75% growth in orders

    March 24th, 2015

    PARTNER NEWS: Orders are up 75% year-on-year at HCE and tokenization specialist Bell ID, the company reports, “with 90% of all new orders and requests for proposals focusing on mobile solutions.” The growth in sales… More

    Bell ID offers tokenization management software

    October 23rd, 2014

    PARTNER NEWS: Payment credential management specialist Bell ID has introduced Tokenization Manager, a software solution that can be used by token requesters such as card issuers to manage payment tokens, by digital wallet providers to… More

    Bell ID launches NFC secure element in the cloud platform

    June 5th, 2013

    The new service enables keys, certificates and NFC credentials to be stored securely in a remote location, rather than in the mobile device, is fully compatible with standard EMV contactless payments terminals and enables card issuers to deploy NFC solutions without the need to partner with mobile network operators or other third parties. More

    RIM picks Bell ID for NFC token management

    January 22nd, 2013

    “We selected Bell ID for their broad experience within multiple vertical markets and proven technical ability to manage infrastructure complexity,” says Andrew Bocking, senior vice president of software product management at RIM. More