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TMCNet:  ACS a Speaker and Exhibitor in NFC Solutions Summit 2013

[May 13, 2013]

ACS a Speaker and Exhibitor in NFC Solutions Summit 2013

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) HONG KONG -- Advanced Card Systems Ltd. (ACS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Advanced Card Systems Holdings Ltd., SEHK: 8210), Asia Pacific's top supplier and one of the world's top 3 suppliers of PC-linked smart card readers (Source: Frost & Sullivan), will be in Smart Card Alliance NFC Solutions Summit 2013, which will be on May 15 to 16, at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport in Burlingame, California, the USA. ACS's President of Americas, Mr. Robert Merkert, will talk about NFC for Marketing Services as part of the NFC Application and Technology Panel on May 16. ACS will be in booth 100.

Among products that ACS will be showing are ACR123 , a terminal for MasterCard PayPass(TM) and Visa payWave payment applications; ACR1251, a CCID-compliant NFC Reader that supports card read/write operations, card emulation and P2P communication; and ACR122U , a contactless smart card reader/writer that supports Mifare cards, ISO 14443 A and B cards, and all four types of NFC tags.

Presented by Smart Card Alliance and NFC Forum, this year's event will feature pre-conference workshops to boost understanding of NFC mobile technologies, the NFC ecosystem and NFC business applications. There will also be plenary and track sessions presenting opportunities for NFC in mobile commerce, mobile payments, and identity and access security.

For more information on NFC Solutions Summit 2013, click here .

About ACS Advanced Card Systems Ltd. (ACS, wholly owned subsidiary of Advanced Card Systems Holdings Ltd., SEHK: 8210), founded in 1995, is Asia Pacific's top supplier and one of the world's top 3 suppliers of PC-linked smart card readers, as well as the winner of the Product Quality Leadership Award for Smart Card Readers from Frost & Sullivan. One of the companies on Forbes Asia's 2010 "Best Under a Billion" list, a prestigious list of 200 top-performing companies with sales between US$5 million and US$1 billion, selected from 12,930 publicly listed enterprises in Asia Pacific, ACS develops a wide range of high quality smart card reading/writing devices, smart cards and related products and distributes them to over 100 countries worldwide. Visit ACS at http://www.acs.com.hk/ .

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