DNB, Telenor select Gemalto for NFC payment service in Norway

Tuesday 19 November 2013 00:37 CET | News

Dutch digital security company Gemalto has entered an agreement with mobile operator Telenor and financial services provider DNB to provide TSM Nordic, a company owned by Telenor and DNB, with mobile contactless technology.

Gemalto provides a solution that includes multi-customer, shared Allynis TSM Hub as well as an integration and deployment support to enable Norwegian consumers mobile contactless payments, with a mix of a number of other services including coupons, loyalty programs and ticketing. Gemalto’s Allynis Trusted Services Manager (TSM) solution is hosted and operated in Gemalto’s data centers certified by MasterCard and Visa.

The integrated TSM Hub platform acts as a connection point from which mobile operators, financial institutions, public transport authorities and other service providers can plug into to provide and manage mobile contactless services across an interoperable eco-system.

In recent news, Gemalto has teamed up with financial institution Byblos Bank to launch a bio-sourced EMV payment cards in Lebanon.

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Keywords: DNB, Telenor, Gemalto, TSM Nordic, NFC payments, mobile payments, mobile contactless technology, Allynis Trusted Services Manager, mobile contactless payments, MasterCard and Visa certified
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: World
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Payments & Commerce