Global Mobile Payment Security Software Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022

This report studies the global Mobile Payment Security Software market, analyzes and researches the Mobile Payment Security Software development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. This report focuses on the top players in global market, like
CA Technologies
Chase Paymentech Solutions
HP Enterprise

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Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
United States
Southeast Asia

Market segment by Application, Mobile Payment Security Software can be split into
Application 1
Application 2

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3 Company (Top Players) Profiles
3.1 Apple
3.1.1 Company Profile
3.1.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.1.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.1.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.1.5 Recent Developments
3.2 CA Technologies
3.2.1 Company Profile
3.2.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.2.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.2.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.2.5 Recent Developments
3.3 Gemalto
3.3.1 Company Profile
3.3.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.3.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.3.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.3.5 Recent Developments
3.4 Google
3.4.1 Company Profile
3.4.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.4.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.4.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.4.5 Recent Developments
3.5.1 Company Profile
3.5.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.5.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.5.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.5.5 Recent Developments
3.6 Chase Paymentech Solutions
3.6.1 Company Profile
3.6.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.6.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.6.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.6.5 Recent Developments
3.7 HP Enterprise
3.7.1 Company Profile
3.7.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.7.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.7.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.7.5 Recent Developments
3.8 Intel
3.8.1 Company Profile
3.8.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.8.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.8.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.8.5 Recent Developments
3.9 MagTek
3.9.1 Company Profile
3.9.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.9.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.9.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.9.5 Recent Developments
3.10 UL
3.10.1 Company Profile
3.10.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.10.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.10.4 Mobile Payment Security Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.10.5 Recent Developments
3.11 Vantiv

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Hyderabad to host India Gadget Expo

The second edition of the Indian Gadget Expo (IGE) will be held here in September this year.

To be organised by Skits Events with the support of the Telangana government from September 18 to 21, it will serve as a platform to showcase innovative gadgets and technologies.

Making the announcement here on Thursday, Telangana’s Information Technology Minister K. Tarakarama Rao said the government would promote IGE as it was the only event of its nature to be organised in Asia.

The event will bring together technology providers, gadget manufacturers, technology innovators, bureaucrats, government officials, entrepreneurs and startups.

More than 300 manufacturers from 12 countries including Israel, China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan will showcase around 1,000 gadgets.

The minister foresees immense potential to transform the event into a global platform attracting the biggest brands and area experts.

“Hopefully, we can together raise the bar in the years to come, perhaps to the level of CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas,” he said.

Sanjeev Kumar, CEO of Skits Events, said they were aiming to create a platform for the consumers to not only get a first-hand experience of the latest gadgets available in the global markets, but also get a glimpse of the gen-next technology.

Source: PTI

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SoftBank’s Nikesh Arora to replace Yahoo Japan chairman

TOKYO: Yahoo Japan has said that SoftBank chief executive Masayoshi Son would step down as its chairman in June, to be succeeded by SoftBank president Nikesh Arora.

Son will stay on as a director at Yahoo Japan, in which SoftBank owns a stake of about 36%.

“Nikesh Arora brings with him a broad global perspective as well as extensive knowledge of internet businesses,” Yahoo Japan said in a statement.

SoftBank this month appointed Arora, a former Google executive, as president, and named him as a potential successor to Son, the billionaire founder of the telecoms conglomerate.

Source: PTI

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Bengaluru emerges as global hub of Hadoop engineers

BENGALURU: India is no longer an IT sweatshop. As data becomes the new oil, India is gaining more experts who can handle large volumes of information.

Bengaluru has emerged as a major global hub of engineers trained in Hadoop — an open-source software framework and an operating system of sorts for the data vertical, in demand at companies such as Flipkart that seek to leverage data to gain an edge over the competition.

India’s growing pool of Hadoop experts is also attracting several US-based companies to consider expanding in the country.

“After Silicon Valley, Bangalore has the largest number of people with Hadoop skills. The talent pool is huge,” said Arun Murthy, founder of US-based Hortonworks, one of the earliest adopters of Hadoop. Hortonworks’ platform helps companies implement Hadoop in their data architecture.

“We have a small team of 10 in India. That will soon increase,” said Murthy, 34, who has been working on Hadoop since 2007.

While there are no official records to establish Murthy’s claim, data from online portal Meetup is indicative of this trend. Bengaluru has 2,339 Hadoop enthusiasts, while Silicon Valley has 2,552. Country-wise, India has 6,561 Hadoop users across its four metropolises, and the United States has 8,475 users across New York, Boston, San Diego and San Francisco. Other startup hubs such as Tel Aviv (866), Singapore (852) and Beijing (31) figure lower.

Hadoop was the name of a child’s toy elephant. The father Doug Cutting decided to borrow that name for the open-source software framework he helped create.

Hadoop is used to store and process large volumes of data with the help of disparate computing systems, instead of a few supercomputers. The hardware is cheap and the software is open-source, leveling the field for all players.

With newer versions, Hadoop has emerged as more of an operating system that manages resources, secures data, and performs other functions. Applications written on top of it help process data and cross-pollinate data points.

In addition to Hortonworks, US-based dynamic price optimization tool provider Boomerang Commerce, and sales performance manager Xactly Corp are adding high-skilled workforce in India. Twitter recently announced that it will set up its first research and development centre outside of the United States in India.

The rise in the number of professionals proficient in Hadoop has been fuelled in part by India’s billion-dollar successes such as mobile ad network InMobi and online retailer Flipkart.

For InMobi, which generates 5 terabytes of data per day and processes 240 terabytes of it, Hadoop is a critical component. “We have several teams making contributions to the open source community,” said Rajiv Bhat, vice-president of data sciences and marketplace at InMobi. Last year alone, InMobi’s technology team submitted 10 papers at the annual Hadoop Summit.

“Hadoop is de-facto at Flipkart. We have made significant investment in data intelligence,” said principal architect Sharad Agarwal, who was one of the founding members of Hadoop 2.0 along with Horton works’ Murthy and Cutting.

He regularly contributes code to the community and organizes Hadoop meetups in Bengaluru. “We have had 8-9 meetups so far; more and more people have been attending it,” said Agarwal.

“Now lots of software engineers are choosing this as one of the areas of specialization,” said Dr Shailesh Kumar, a member of the technical staff at Google whose primary focus is using machine Learning, data mining, and computer vision for various Google products.

The Hadoop framework is soon expected to go mainstream: “The remaining minority of dazed and confused CIOs will make Hadoop as priority for 2015,” Mike Gualtieri, principal analyst at Forrester, said in his predictions for 2015.

Source: PTI

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QualiPoc Remote Control: Non-stop Service Quality Monitoring and Optimization

Zuchwil, October 03, 2014 – SwissQual – a Rohde & Schwarz Company – introduces QualiPoc Remote Control: a versatile, remotely controlled network measurement probe that enables multiple cost-efficient applications.

These include targeted 24/7 service quality monitoring in real-time, or large-scale data collection on one or more mobile networks for the purpose of optimization. QualiPoc Remote Control evolved from SwissQual’s proven, high-performance QualiPoc Android platform, which sets the standard for smartphone-based mobile network testing. QualiPoc Remote Control allows mobile operators to reduce operational costs and ensure seamless quality of service.

The Android smartphone-based QualiPoc Remote Control can be installed as a local measurement probe in critical locations; or it can be deployed unattended in a fleet setup for large-scale operations.

A reliable, cost-efficient, and future-proof concept

SwissQual integrated its proven and high-performance QualiPoc smartphone based instrument in a ruggedized shell, and equipped it with extra features to ensure reliable, continuous, and uninterrupted operation. This includes active ventilation, a backup battery system, and a software watchdog with self-healing functions.

A multipurpose, remotely controlled network probe

QualiPoc Remote Control is remotely controlled by SwissQual’s tailored back-end system. Tests and data collection are remotely configured and scheduled; the performance of each service is visible in a dedicated dashboard displaying test results and alarms in real-time. This allows cost-efficient, unattended applications such as:
• Targeted 24/7 service quality monitoring: Installed in fixed or moving hotspots, such as shopping malls, airports, business districts, public transport, trains etc., QualiPoc Remote Control enables mobile operators to ensure a stable quality of service where it matters most. Network and service instabilities or errors, which have an adverse effect on end-user experience, are immediately detected and displayed; network and service operation centres are instantly alarmed so they can take prompt action.
• Large-scale 24/7 data collection for network optimization: QualiPoc Remote Control deployed in fleets, for example taxis, busses, couriers, etc., is a cost-efficient way to collect measurements for optimization and enables mobile operators, infrastructure vendors and service providers to continuously collect data from a real end-user perspective. The fleets are monitored via a web-based application that displays the status of the probes in cockpits and on maps such as Open Street Map.

QualiPoc Remote Control offers extensive functionalities for voice, data, video, and messaging for automated service quality measurements:
• Data collection is controlled, active, and systematic; measurements are reproducible making it is easier to identify necessary actions for improvement.
• All measurements can be performed independently of mobile operator and infrastructure vendor with test results available in real-time.
• Commercial phones equipped with a specific firmware of the measured operator are used; hence the real end-user perspective is reproduced.
• Data collected by QualiPoc Remote Control reflect the full range of information – from the application layer down to layer 1. This is crucial to not only display voice and video quality issues but also to systematically identify root causes for isolation and elimination of such issues.

“QualiPoc Remote Control is an essential component to cost-effectively monitor service quality status in real-time from an end-user perspective and to identify network problems immediately and act before they affect quality of service and end-user experience”, says Hanspeter Bobst, CEO of SwissQual.

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Panasonic Launches The Business Rugged Toughbook For Busy Mobile Executives

The world’s lightest 14 inch screen business rugged notebook on the market* comes with a 14 hour** battery life

Bracknell, UK, 30th September 2014: Panasonic today announced the business rugged notebook for busy mobile executives. The Panasonic Toughbook CF-LX3 is a large, 14″ screen notebook with a 14 hour** battery life, beautifully packaged in the world’s lightest design (1.26kg) available on the market* and still maintains all Toughbook’s renowned ruggedness.

With its top of the range usability, mobility and business rugged design, the Toughbook CF-LX3 is ideal for mobile executives that need the equivalent of desktop PC power whilst working away from the office, travelling and presenting to customers. The Windows 8.1 Pro Update 64 bit device is ideal for business executives, consultants, sales forces and those in the Media and Financial sectors, where visual and data applications are critical.
Unrivalled Usability.

The Panasonic Toughbook CF-LX3 offers unrivalled usability in its class. The large 14″ screen is beautifully designed into a compact unit more often seen in notebooks with 13″ displays. So with a 10% bigger screen than a 13.3″ notebook and approximately 10% more compact size than a traditional 14″ notebook, the device is perfect for working and presenting on the move.

The Toughbook CF-LX3’s 19mm pitch keyboard has also been designed for ultimate ease of use with leaf designed keys to minimise mistyping and key visibility font markings for quick identification.

For executives moving from one location to another, the versatility to connect to any office peripheral is an important consideration. Despite its size, the Toughbook CF-LX3 comes with the complete range of interfaces for office needs, including a standard LAN connection, VGA and HDMI for data projecters, printers and displays, USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports and a SD card slot. Wireless LAN a/b/g/n (up to 300 Mbit) and Bluetooth® v4.0 are included for fast data transfer.

And being away from the office doesn’t mean being away from business-critical data and applications as the device is equipped with Windows 8.1 Pro Update 64 bit (Windows 7 Professional (available through downgrade rights from Windows 8.1 Pro), a powerful Intel® Core™ i5-4310U vPro™ Processor (3 MB cache, 2.0 GHz up to 3.0 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology) and Intel® HD 4400 graphics with DirectX 11 support capable of running the most demanding office applications when on the move. The device has 4GB RAM (8GB option) and 128GB SSD storage.

Mobility to match your work style

The Toughbook CF-LX3 offers an oustanding 14 hour battery life** to ensure the device can meet the needs of a busy day and with a fast 3 hour recharge time it needs less sleep than the busiest executive. For those needing devices to be running 24 hours a day for multiple shifts, the battery can be easily swapped by the user and a fresh battery inserted in moments.

Keeping in touch with customers or the office while on the move is easy with the Full HD web camera (max. 1920X1080 pixel) with two built-in microphones arrays designed for noise filtering and high quality communications.

Rugged yet lightweight

The Toughbook CF-LX3 draws on Panasonic’s rugged engineering pedigree and ergonomic design capabilities to offer a business rugged, yet lightweight device. The Toughbook CF-LX3 uses a specially designed alloy magnesium wave ribbed design and is built to withstand drops from a desk (76cm***).

The Toughbook CF-LX3 is supported by an ecosystem of accessories which can in one click turn the notebook into a full desktop PC for use in the office. The USB 3.0 Dual Video Docking Station provides a universal expansion solution for Windows-based laptops through its single USB connection. Monitors, printers, network, keyboard and mouse are all instantly accessible through the Plug and Play capabilities of the universal docking station. An “Always On” USB port continuously provides power to any device attached even when the laptop isn’t powered on enabling charging of devices such as smartphones or tablets.

Price and availability

The Toughbook CF-LX3 is available now, priced at £1,379 + VAT. For further information visit,

* Among 14″ mobile PC model , as of 30th September 2014
** Measured by MobileMark 2007,60 cd/m² , It varies depending on usage condition.
*** Tested at Panasonic Factory in operating mode and dropped on 2″ plywood from the bottom-side.

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