Infinity Optics QuantumCrypt Biometric Platform Flaunts Frost & Sullivan Applaud
Well perhaps innovations are not escaping any attention despite the global lockdown, attempting to defeat global COVID-19 pandemic. In a recent development, Infinity Optics one of the forerunners in achieving excellence in biometric cryptography has recently been conferred with the prestigious New Product Innovation Award by Frost & Sullivan for its flagship biometric cryptography offering, QuantumCrypt. Its novel feature by which QuantumCrypt does not need the mandatory storage of conventional biometric templates has won the company with ample appreciation. The feature helps in enablement of high-end user verification with optimum safety at affordable pricing, specifically suitable for IoT integrated applications.
This advanced platform enables iris, fingerprint and 2D and 3D facial recognition to offer requisite biometric codes under the name, True Biometric Hash technology that find ample usability in block chain applications and identity monitoring. With digital transactions witnessing large scale adoption, need for authentic identity verification practices gain ample adoption. Additionally, the new technology also doesn’t depend on pre-stored biometric data that further render top-notch authenticity, in the absence of which transactions are cancelled. Therefore, according to Infinity Optics personnel, QuantumCrypt is so designed to align with cloud enabled biometric applications across various verticals. Yet another fascination feature is the nest gen iris technology that allows image capturing between 150-600mm distance. Besides iris recognition, fingerprint and 2D face recognition technologies are also included in Infinity Optics’ QuantumCrypt platform.
To leverage maximum benefits of cryptography and biometrics, Precise has entered into a definitive agreement with Infinity Optics to further leverage secure identification by allowing Precise to have an access to the QuantumCrypt platform, besides also integrating Precise fingerprint recognition capabilities. This is yet another development that is likely to expedite novel opportunities in identification validation process enabled by advanced biometrics and cryptography solutions.