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AuthenTec to be aquired by Apple for $356 million

Jul 27 2012, 7:12am CDT | by , in News | Apple

AuthenTec to be aquired by Apple for $356 million

Apply buys AuthenTec, maker of fingerprint sensors, according to new report.

Apple is to buy AuthenTec for $356 million according to Reuters. AuthenTec is a maker of fingerprint sensor chips. Fingerprint sensors are no pretty common on Windows laptops. It looks like Apple is bringing this biometrical authentication to MacBooks soon.

About AuthenTec:

AuthenTec is a leading provider of mobile and network security. Our diverse product and technology offering helps protect individuals and organizations through secure networking, content and data protection, access control and strong fingerprint security on PCs and mobile devices. 

AuthenTec encryption technology, fingerprint sensors and identity management software are deployed by the leading mobile device, networking and computing companies, content and service providers, and governments worldwide. AuthenTec’s products and technologies provide security on hundreds of millions of devices, and the Company has shipped more than 100 million fingerprint sensors for integration in a wide range of portable electronics including over 15 million mobile phones.  

Top tier customers include Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Fujitsu, HBO, HP, Lenovo, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Orange, Samsung, Sky, and Texas Instruments. 

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