Apple acquired chip maker AuthenTec fingerprint sensor with 356 million U.S. dollars

Apple acquired chip maker AuthenTec fingerprint sensor with 356 million U.S. dollars
Apple has confirmed the acquisition AuthenTec - the production company specializing in fingerprint sensor chip for $ 356 million U.S. dollars, of which Apple will pay U.S. $ 8 / share and U.S. $ 20 million for the rights to on technology, which is attached to 58% of AuthenTec insurance costs in Melbourne, Florida. Also, they have to pay U.S. $ 7.5 million for engineering services irregularly. Additional contract terms also allow Apple co-owner of AuthenTec patents for the price of U.S. $ 115 million.   AuthenTec is currently known partners of a variety of major brands like Cisco, Fujitsu, HBO, HP, Lenovo, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Orange, Samsung, Sky, Texas Instruments, and they are also owns about 200 in patents related to sensor technology fingerprint biometric security and embedded devices. Besides AuthenTec chips also support short range communication (NFC).   Source: Engadget, Thenextweb, Reuters

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