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How Tokenization Works

Lyubima Petrova - Marketing Coordinator
3 November 2016

Buzzwords and technologies come and go. Contactless, host card emulation, mobile wallets. These all burst into the news and our collective consciousness, and over time have faded to a constant murmur of announcements, specification updates and analysis. Tokenization is one such word. Look at any of the big payment conferences over the last two years […]

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Money 20/20: The end of payments as we know it

Andre Stoorvogel
Andre Stoorvogel - Head of Marketing
2 November 2016

Money 20/20 is over for another year. And as sore feet (and heads) recover and the dust starts to settle, attention is turning to the big trends and key themes. The show has always been focused on the future and this year’s installment was no different. In particular, there was much to make retailers sit […]

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Supporting Apple Pay Integration in Japan

David Orme
David Orme - CEO
26 October 2016

With the launch of Apple Pay in Japan, consumers will soon be using their iPhones and Apple Watches to pay for goods and services with a simple touch. Banks are therefore looking to integrate with Apple Pay quickly and efficiently. Integrating with Apple Pay IBM Japan – using Rambus Bell ID’s complete token service provider […]

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Simplifying the Complex Tokenization Web

Martin Cox
Martin Cox - Strategic Product Marketing
19 October 2016

It is extremely satisfying to see how far mobile payments have come in the last two years. The OEM Pays are battling for market share and increasing their footprints around the world. Banks are bringing own brand wallets to market. Tokenization is being standardized. All of this follows years of issues around business models and […]

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What to Expect at Money 20/20?

Andre Stoorvogel
Andre Stoorvogel - Head of Marketing
13 October 2016

It’s back! Money 20/20 is just around the corner and it promises to be bigger and bolder than ever. With excitement building and speculation rife, we predict some of the key trends likely to be shaping the conversation at this year’s installment. Securing Mobile Payments Over the past year, tokenization has further strengthened its position […]

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WEBINAR: Mobile Payments Strategies for Banks

Andre Stoorvogel
Andre Stoorvogel - Head of Marketing
10 October 2016

Rambus Bell ID and NFC World join forces to host a webinar on the theme “Beyond OEM Pay: Mobile payment strategies for banks”. This webinar will explain how banks can move beyond standard handset maker and card network schemes to provide differentiated mobile payment offerings that retain customers, attract new business and add fresh revenue […]

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How Will We Pay in 2020?

Martin Cox
Martin Cox - Strategic Product Marketing
6 October 2016

The history of payments is best described as a search for simplicity, security and convenience. Coins, banknotes, cheques, payment cards have all been introduced with the aim of making paying for goods and services easier. Over the past few years, mobile payments technology has launched an assault on these traditional methods by offering consumers a […]

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From Good to Better… Bell ID Becomes Rambus

David Orme
David Orme - CEO
4 October 2016

Bell ID has been creating empowering technical solutions for more than 23 years. Over that time, we’ve seen our technology advance from managing smart cards for identity to the current age of provisioning and securing mobile payments. But our desire and approach to exceed customers’ expectations has been the same since day one and that […]

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PAR – The good, the bad and the ugly

David Worthington
David Worthington - VP, Business Development
27 July 2016

In the first part of our blog series exploring EMVCo’s payment account reference (PAR), we provided an overview of the concept and explained why it has been introduced.  In this second installment, we analyse the potential impact of PAR across the payments ecosystem. Earlier this year, EMVCo introduced PAR – a ‘newly-defined data element that reduces reliance […]

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How to Launch Mobile Payments on Android

Andre Stoorvogel
Andre Stoorvogel - Head of Marketing
13 July 2016

Mobile payments are becoming the new normal. After many years of debate, predictions and hype, many Android users even have more than one mobile payment option available to them. Google is rolling out Android Pay around the world, Samsung is matching it with Samsung Pay and a range of other services and solutions seem to […]

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