Fingerprint Cardsí swipe sensor technology has been awarded additional Design Wins (DW) from an existing, renowned Asian customer for an additional three smartphones scheduled to be launched already during the fourth quarter of 2013.
Johan CarlstrÖm, CEO of FPC comments: ďThis design win is a follow-up design win from one of the earlier DWs we have informed about. We see a strong recognition in our world-class product quality and dedicated customer support in the fact that this distinguished customer is awarding us with new design wins. As a result of its world-leading capacitive fingerprint technology, image quality and lower power consumption, FPC has now further strengthened its world-leading position in fingerprint sensors in mobile phones and tablets. We expect to secure additional multiple DWs with both new and existing customer in
*FPC definition of Design Win (DW): The decision by a device vendor (OEM or ODM) to start development of one or several commercial product(s) incorporating FPCís technology into such new product(s).
For more information contact: Johan CarlstrÖm, CEO
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