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Digital Persona announced the latest version of its award-winning enterprise solution DigitalPersona Pro v 3.5

CHICAGO -- Digital Persona, Inc., the leading provider of fingerprint authentication solutions for enterprise networks and commercial applications, today announced the latest version of its award-winning enterprise solution DigitalPersona Pro v 3.5, with support for notebooks from Dell, HP, and Toshiba with embedded fingerprint readers. Digital Persona had previously announced support for specific models of Lenovo/IBM and Itronix notebooks.

In addition to supporting the award-winning DigitalPersona U.are.U® fingerprint readers, Digital Persona Pro v 3.5 now offers seamless interoperability of fingerprint readers embedded with leading notebooks.

"With our support of mainstream enterprise notebooks from Dell, HP, Lenovo and Toshiba with embedded fingerprint readers, IT administrators can deploy DigitalPersona Pro to eliminate the security problems, burdens and management costs of passwords,” said Vance Bjorn, CTO of Digital Persona. “DigitalPersona Pro Workstation and Server software, enable centralized management and policy enforcement of authentication across Windows networks, Web sites and applications.”

This latest announcement continues to strengthen Digital Persona’s position as the industry-leader of advanced biometric authentication solutions across computer platforms and across brands of the world’s largest notebook manufacturers.

“International Biometric Group estimates that the use of biometrics to identify individuals accessing computing devices will reach $906.2 million by 2010,” said Victor Lee, of International Biometric Group. “When deploying fingerprint-secured laptops across an enterprise, it is critical to effectively address issues of interoperability.”

Digital Persona Inc.

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