February 22, 2014

Fujitsu to Provide World's First Tablet with Built-in Palm Vein Authentication Sensor to Fukuoka Financial Group

 Note: This product is being exhibited in the Fujitsu booth at Mobile World Congress 2014, running February 24–27 in Barcelona.

Deployment of 2,000 tablets will enable safe and secure handling of customer data anytime, anywhere, through a virtual desktop

Fujitsu today announced that it has commenced work on a project, ordered by Fukuoka Financial Group, Inc., to provide 2,000 tablets with built-in palm vein authentication sensors, and to construct a virtual-desktop platform. The platform will enable staff to securely access their bank's internal system from off-site locations.

Starting from April 2014, the tablets are scheduled to be deployed and used by employees working off-site for the banks that are part of the Fukuoka Financial Group, namely, The Bank of Fukuoka, Kumamoto Bank, and Shinwa Bank.