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IDEMIA chosen as Technology Partner by DIAL for DigiYatra

  IDEMIA, the global leader in identity technologies and biometric solutions, announces that it has been selected as the technology partner by GMR Group for...

Combination of 5G, AI, M2M and IoT is bringing the world closer to a...

As India ushers in 5G connectivity it opens up many new capabilities to enhance productivity and safety of not only online transactions but Machine2Machine...

IDEMIA ties up with Microsoft to provide next-generation eSIM connectivity services

IDEMIA has entered into a global collaboration with Microsoft aimed at delivering next-generation eSIM and connectivity solutions for consumer and M2M/IoT devices. The collaboration...

IDEMIA collaborates with Microsoft to deliver secure, digital verified credentials solution

IDEMIA is collaborating with Microsoft to support its new Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) verifiable credentials identity solution, now in public preview. Azure...
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