LEGIC proudly presents its holistic SM-6300 reader IC at ISC West

With over 1000 exhibitors, ISC West is the largest security industry trade show in the U.S., taking place from April 10 - 12, 2019 in Las Vegas. More than 30 000 security experts meet and network at ISC West. LEGIC, the global leading company in secure identification and legitimation management with headquarters in Switzerland, proudly presents its product portfolio including the latest reader IC SM-6300 featuring all globally relevant RFID standards. LEGIC’s flagship supports BLE, NFC, LEGIC prime and advant, NXP MIFARE and DESFire and now also HID iCLASS®.

The SM-6300 is the world’s first reader IC that is compatible with all standard communication protocols allowing a seamless migration between the different RFID or virtual cards. Thanks to its BLE and NFC functionality, it can also be used with mobile credentials for a wide variety of mobile applications e.g. access control, hotel keys, closed-loop payment or printing - making it a perfect, all-round reader chip.

Furthermore, the SM-6300 is the choice when it comes to security. The integrated secure element, certified according to Common Criteria EAL5+ and FIPS 140-3, meets all requirements for securing mobile ID and IoT applications. The very compact system-in-package design and the minimal chip size of just 8 × 8 mm can be integrated into nearly any design and form factor.

With great pleasure, LEGIC will explain you the advantages of its open technology platform consisting of reader and smartcard ICs, key and authorization management tools as well as the mobile service LEGIC Connect for fast and secure credential deployments.

Do you want to know more? Visit us at booth 5059 and convince yourself of our high-secure product offering and our figurehead SM-6300!

Further information
John Harvey
Senior Business Development Manager
LEGIC Identsystems Ltd
Tel: +41 44 933 64 64

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Sabrina Storrer
Manager Product Marketing
LEGIC Identsystems Ltd
Tel: +41 44 933 64 64

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