Globally multiple application smart cards have now become the dominant issued smart card technology. The early founders and exponents of Java Card technology predicted this trend back in 1997. Today over 8 billion cards contain such technology. It is therefore clear that the combined industry work has created an environment of development and managed specification which has enabled Java Cards to be deployed in greater numbers than any other technology to date.
The Forum has been in existence for over 15 years and continues to promote the Java Card API as the industry standard reflecting the needs of smart card suppliers, developers and their customers.
How to Find out More about Java Card Technology
Read this article about why the Royal Canadian Mint chose Java Card technology for their digital money.
Watch Oracle's (Sun Microsystems) Telco Testimonials series to understand why operators are choosing Java Card technology as their platform of choice.
Learn more about the Java Card 3 Platform with this whitepaper from Oracle (Sun Microsystems).
Watch the presentation "Java Card 3 Platform, Connected Edition - A New World of Smartcard Applications" by Oracle.
Watch the officials of the JCF share some of their views on uses for Java Card 3.0.
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