Google announced the launch of ‘Android Pay’ in May 2015, and with the global rollout accelerating and adoption growing, what do banks and service providers need to know about this innovative platform? Download eBook What is Android Pay and How Does it Work? to learn how consumers and banks can benefit from Android Pay.
The Rambus mobile ticketing product suite includes an HCE Ticket Wallet Service and an HCE Ticketing App that enables transport operators to easily and securely transition from physical to virtual smart cards – while maintaining compatibility with existing smart (contactless) transport infrastructure. The Rambus HCE Ticket Wallet Service provides access to a comprehensive ticketing [...]
The Rambus Unified Payment Platform is a comprehensive solution for retailers, merchant acquirers and banks that delivers enhanced security, reduced cost and increased revenue. The platform comprises four primary components: A Digital Value Manager, a Retail Wallet Engine, a white-label retail app and a set of optional modules to support credit/debit cards, gift cards, loyalty [...]
The number of mobile payment users is projected to increase from 50.8 million to 76.0 million, or 24.3% to 33.1% of total smartphone users, between 2017 and 2020. In addition, mobile payment transaction value is expected to more than double in 2017, hitting approximately $62.49 billion. Perhaps not surprisingly, the millennial generation has been the [...]
Download "Smart Ticketing Solution Overview" Featuring comprehensive solutions for both physical and virtual smart cards, the Smart Ticketing suite of products offer secure and easy-to-implement solutions for any transport scenario, including rail, bus, and ferry.
Featuring both contactless, contact and dual interface cards, Rambus smart cards offer banking-level security and flexible ticketing capabilities for both concessionary and commercial ticketing applications, as well as ID and payment applications. Opal offers class leading performance and data space. It also provides the ability to update applications in the field, without the [...]
The number of public transport journeys has continued to increase in the UK and across the globe. In a report covering 2015 and 2016, the UK Department for Transport confirmed a 57% jump in National Rail passenger journeys since 2005/06. The department also recorded 5.04 billion local bus passenger journeys, as well as 257 million [...]
The IoT is expected to comprise 20.8 billion devices by 2020, with Gartner estimating that 5.5 million new ‘things’ went online daily during 2016. Nevertheless, robust IoT security remains mired in the creation phase along with nascent interoperability standards. As more and more ‘things’ connect to the Internet, the danger of nefarious [...]
Shopping will one day become a truly interactive experience, with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi beacons scanning digital profiles, stored in the cloud and accessed on mobile devices and wearables, to generate recommendations in real time. Although beacon deployment is still ramping up, the technology is poised to play a critical role in the [...]
Driven by the launch of platforms such as Android Pay and Samsung Pay, and a sharp increase in consumer demand, the value of mobile payments is projected to top $1 trillion in 2019. However, consumers’ security concerns have been one of the barriers to mainstream adoption. The emergence of tokenization technology as the method for [...]