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03.11.13 09:45

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Validity?s patented LiveFlex® fingerprint sensor technology enables authentication, mobile payments, and touch-based navigation for applications ranging from invisible, under-glass sensors for smartphones; buttons for handsets and tablets; and the world?s thinnest palm-rest designs for Ultrabook? computers.
Spezialgebiete
Fingerprint Sensors, Biometrics, Password Management, Natural ID  

03.11.13 09:54

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QUARTALSBERICHTVON 2005:
Synaptics (SYNA: news, chart, profile) reported late Thursday that it earned $9.7 million, or 33 cents a share, up from $3.5 million, or 13 cents, a year earlier. Revenue rose 65 percent to $56.5 million from $34.3 million.

QUARTALSBERICHTVON 2013:
Financial results for its first quarter ended September 30, 2013.  
Net revenue of $222.6 million for the first quarter of fiscal 2014 was a record for a September quarter and increased 75% compared with $127.0 million for the comparable quarter last year. Net income for the first quarter of fiscal 2014 was $34.9 million, or $1.00 per diluted share, compared with net income of $6.1 million, or $0.18 per diluted share, for the comparable quarter last year.  
 

03.11.13 10:05

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Synaptics follows Apple's lead, buys fingerprint-reader firm

Synaptics (SYNA), a maker of touch interfaces, saw its stock rise more than 6% on Thursday to an all-time high on news that the company is buying a fingerprint-reader firm to expand its technology portfolio.

San Jose, Calif.-based Synaptics is the leading provider of touchpads for notebook computers and has diversified into touch-screen technology for smartphones and tablets. Late Wednesday, Synaptics announced it would acquire Validity Sensors, a provider of biometric fingerprint authentication solutions for tablets, smartphones and notebook PCs, for $92.5 million in cash and stock. The terms of the deal include potential performance payments that could raise the total cost to as much as $255 million.

Synaptics is making the acquisition to have a play in the fast-growing fingerprint ID security technology market. It expects the deal to close this quarter.

"Biometrics has long been of interest to Synaptics as it complements our existing touch-based solutions and offers an exciting new way to interact with devices," Synaptics CEO Rick Bergman said in a statement.

Fingerprint security is one of the big selling points for Apple's (AAPL) new iPhone 5S smartphone. Apple acquired the fingerprint sensor technology for its Touch ID feature when it bought AuthenTech in July 2012 for $356 million. With Touch ID, iPhone 5S users can unlock their phones with the touch of a finger on the home button rather than typing in a password. It also has potential uses in mobile commerce.

Synaptics also announced Wednesday that it expects sales for its fiscal first quarter ended on or near Sept. 30 to be about $220 million, above the $217.5 million midpoint of its guidance range. Plus, it said that last quarter it repurchased 1.2 million shares of common stock, or more than 3.5% of shares outstanding, and still has $110 million available under its stock buyback authorization. Synaptics is scheduled to report Q1 results on Oct. 24.

The Validity acquisition will give Synaptics more room to grow in smartphones and tablets, Pacific Crest Securities analyst John Vinh said in a research note Thursday.

"With Synaptics having limited growth opportunities in smartphones and tablets because of its dominant market share, we view the acquisition as positive," Vinh wrote. "It provides an opportunity for Synaptics to expand its content opportunity with key smartphone, tablet and PC (makers). In particular, we believe Synaptics could benefit, as we anticipate Samsung will be a fast follower of Apple and adopts fingerprint sensing in its high-end smartphones next year."

Validity currently generates about $15 million to $20 million in annual revenue, Bergman said on a conference call with analysts.

Vinh rates Synaptics stock outperform, or buy, with a price target of $58. In afternoon trading on the stock market Thursday, Synaptics was up 6.5%, near 49.20.

Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair said Validity competes with Fingerprint Cards of Sweden. Both companies will be vying for non-Apple/AuthenTech business, he says.

"We understand that numerous (Google (GOOG) Android-based devices will have biometric solutions incorporated into them in 2014, and whether supplied by Fingerprint Cards or by Synaptics/Validity, it is clear that the non-Apple players in the market see the emergence of a critical technology," Blair wrote in a research note Thursday.

Related: Touchpad Or Gesture, Synaptics Thrives In Mobile Tech.


 

03.11.13 10:09

131 Postings, 2271 Tage mrmofitch1000SYNA in the fast-growing fingerprint ID security

Synaptics to have a play in the fast-growing fingerprint ID security technology market

and still has $110 million available under its stock buyback authorization

 

03.11.13 10:14

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Validity currently generates about $15 million to $20 million in annual Revenue

fast genau wie FINGERPRINT CARDS

FINGERPRINT CARDS alleine wird jetzt nach einem fulminanten Anstieg an der Börse mit über 2 Milliarden bewertet. Der Kurs stieg in einem Jahr von 3 auf 80 (an der spitze).  

04.11.13 10:22

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mit KGV 12 und rasantem Wachstum geht's aufwärts

Human interface firm Synaptics has expanded into the ever growing biometric ID market with the purchase of Validity Sensors, a developer of fingerprint authentication solutions for smartphones, tablets and laptops.
Biometric technology has exploded this year, and with the inclusion of Touch ID in the iPhone 5S, is set to get increasingly popular.
Despite a number of security concerns, the technology is geared up to have a range of functionality, including authorising payments, with the first of such services being launched on an Android based smartphone by South Korean firm Danal earlier this month.
"With the acquisition of Validity, Synaptics expects to gain access to the fast growing biometrics market, significantly expanding its market opportunity and underscoring the company's commitment to making smart devices easier to use," Synaptics said in a statement.
Back in July, Validity announced that its fingerprint sensor will be used by Microsoft in products running Windows 8.1.
The deal is worth up to $255 million (£160 million) in cash and stock over a period of time depending on performance, with an upfront payment of $92.5 million (£58 million).

"Biometrics has long been of interest to Synaptics as it complements our existing touch-based solutions and offers an exciting new way to interact with devices," said Rick Bergman, President and CEO of Synaptics. "We are thrilled to be adding the world class Validity team to the Synaptics family."
"Synaptics' acquisition of Validity puts our vision of having Natural ID on every mobile computing device on the fast track," added Validity CEO Rob Baxter.
"The opportunity for our people, our shareholders and our technology, along with Synaptics' commitment to owning the human interface, made this partnership a natural fit. The acquisition adds Validity's world-class biometrics engineering team to a Synaptics team known for in-depth, system level engineering expertise."


Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2013/10/10/...idity-sensors/#ixzz2jfQ1rhp5  

04.11.13 10:33

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Founded in 2000, and headquartered in San Jose, California, Validity is the world leader in Natural ID? authentication, providing fingerprint sensor solutions with the highest levels of performance, security, cost-effectiveness, and design flexibility.

Validity?s Natural ID solutions provide an ideal platform for addressing the explosive growth in mobile payment transactions and cloud-based services. Passwords and PINs are ineffective at meeting the needs of end users and service providers as they?re either too easy to hack or too hard to remember. Natural ID provides a simple and effective way to optimize usability while providing strong security.
 

04.11.13 10:38

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Financing

      Date      Type    Amount Investors                    §
  12/18/07§Series D 20M Scott Cook, Scott Cook, Scott Cook,
                                            Austin Ventures, Crosslink Capital, TeleSoft Partners,
                                            VentureTech Alliance, National Semiconductor,
                                            Qualcomm Ventures
  07/01/10§Series D 12.6M Panorama Capita
  12/01/12§Series E 22M TeleSoft Partners, Crosslink Capital, Panorama Capital,
                                            Qualcomm Ventures, Venture Tech Associates  

04.11.13 10:54

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Validity Sensors
http://www.validityinc.com/
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Sudhakaran Ram
Sudhakaran Ram
VP Engineering
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Rob Baxter
Rob Baxter
CEO
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Mariel Van Tatenhove
Mariel Van Tatenhove
VP Marketing & Business Development
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Jalil Shaikh
Jalil Shaikh
CEO
Jalil Shaikh joins as Chief Executive Officer of Validity Sensors Successful Business Executive? See Profile »
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Tom Spade
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Don Kirby
Don Kirby
Board Member
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Rick Santos
Rick Santos
CFO
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Karthee Madasamy
Karthee Madasamy
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Robert Blazer
Robert Blazer
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Jeff Andersen
Jeff Andersen
VP Sales
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Fred Benkley
Fred Benkley
Chief Scientist
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Ramesh Kesanupalli
Ramesh Kesanupalli
CTO
Ramesh Kesanupalli Joins as Chief Technical Officer of Validity Sensors, Inc. Industry Veteran? See Profile »
Logan Saverimuthu
Logan Saverimuthu
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Tony Alvarez
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Arjun Gupta
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Raza, with over 30 years of experience in the electronics industry, is a? See Profile »  

04.11.13 11:04

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Synaptics follows Apple's lead, buys fingerprint-reader firm

Synaptics (SYNA), a maker of touch interfaces, saw its stock rise more than 6% on Thursday to an all-time high on news that the company is buying a fingerprint-reader firm to expand its technology portfolio.

San Jose, Calif.-based Synaptics is the leading provider of touchpads for notebook computers and has diversified into touch-screen technology for smartphones and tablets. Late Wednesday, Synaptics announced it would acquire Validity Sensors, a provider of biometric fingerprint authentication solutions for tablets, smartphones and notebook PCs, for $92.5 million in cash and stock. The terms of the deal include potential performance payments that could raise the total cost to as much as $255 million.

Synaptics is making the acquisition to have a play in the fast-growing fingerprint ID security technology market. It expects the deal to close this quarter.

"Biometrics has long been of interest to Synaptics as it complements our existing touch-based solutions and offers an exciting new way to interact with devices," Synaptics CEO Rick Bergman said in a statement.

Fingerprint security is one of the big selling points for Apple's (AAPL) new iPhone 5S smartphone. Apple acquired the fingerprint sensor technology for its Touch ID feature when it bought AuthenTech in July 2012 for $356 million. With Touch ID, iPhone 5S users can unlock their phones with the touch of a finger on the home button rather than typing in a password. It also has potential uses in mobile commerce.

Synaptics also announced Wednesday that it expects sales for its fiscal first quarter ended on or near Sept. 30 to be about $220 million, above the $217.5 million midpoint of its guidance range. Plus, it said that last quarter it repurchased 1.2 million shares of common stock, or more than 3.5% of shares outstanding, and still has $110 million available under its stock buyback authorization. Synaptics is scheduled to report Q1 results on Oct. 24.

The Validity acquisition will give Synaptics more room to grow in smartphones and tablets, Pacific Crest Securities analyst John Vinh said in a research note Thursday.

"With Synaptics having limited growth opportunities in smartphones and tablets because of its dominant market share, we view the acquisition as positive," Vinh wrote. "It provides an opportunity for Synaptics to expand its content opportunity with key smartphone, tablet and PC (makers). In particular, we believe Synaptics could benefit, as we anticipate Samsung will be a fast follower of Apple and adopts fingerprint sensing in its high-end smartphones next year."

Validity currently generates about $15 million to $20 million in annual revenue, Bergman said on a conference call with analysts.

Vinh rates Synaptics stock outperform, or buy, with a price target of $58. In afternoon trading on the stock market Thursday, Synaptics was up 6.5%, near 49.20.

Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair said Validity competes with Fingerprint Cards of Sweden. Both companies will be vying for non-Apple/AuthenTech business, he says.

"We understand that numerous (Google (GOOG) Android-based devices will have biometric solutions incorporated into them in 2014, and whether supplied by Fingerprint Cards or by Synaptics/Validity, it is clear that the non-Apple players in the market see the emergence of a critical technology,"  

04.11.13 11:14
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Synaptics EPS, Sales Seen Accelerating In Fiscal Q1
By PATRICK SEITZ, INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY
Posted 10/23/2013 03:31 PM ET

Touch interface technology provider Synaptics (SYNA) is expected to post its third straight quarter of accelerating sales and earnings growth late Thursday, when it reports results for its fiscal first quarter.

Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect Synaptics to earn $1.23 a share excluding items, on sales of $219 million, for the September quarter. That would translate to year-over-year growth of 232% for EPS and 72% for sales. It also would mark the company's third straight quarter of double-digit sales growth and double- or triple-digit earnings growth.

For the December quarter, Wall Street is targeting Synaptics to earn 97 cents minus items, up 83%, on sales of $209 million, up 46%.

San Jose, Calif.-based Synaptics is the leading provider of touchpads for notebook computers and has diversified into touch-screen technology for smartphones and tablets.

Synaptics stock has been on a tear lately, up about 75% year to date, touching an all-time high of 56.50 intraday on Friday. In early afternoon trading, Synaptics stock was down 2%, near 52.60, in the stock market Wednesday.

Given the runup in its stock price, Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair expects that Synaptics investors will begin taking profits after the Q1 earnings report and await a better read on early 2014 prospects.

"We believe it's prudent to take the sidelines on Synaptics given the seasonal downshift coming in mobile device volumes," he said in a research note Monday. "The company continues to see smartphone and tablet units grow, but heading to the end of the year, we expect the coming months' decline in builds to cause Synaptics to take a breather.

"A 10% to 15% decline would be within normal range, post holiday, but we believe investors should wait for supply chain insights when the calendar turns."

Pacific Crest Securities analyst John Vinh says the outlook for Synaptics has improved since the company announced plans earlier this month to buy a fingerprint-reader firm to expand its technology portfolio. It agreed to buy Validity Sensors for at least $92.5 million in cash and stock. The value could reach $255 million with performance incentives. The acquisition is expected to close this quarter.

"Given Synaptics' saturation in the high-end smartphone market, we view the Validity acquisition as a great opportunity as its fingerprint-sensing solutions expand the dollar content in smart devices," Vinh said in a research note Tuesday.



 

04.11.13 18:25

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The fingerprint sensor built into the home button of the iPhone 5S is proving controversial, with questions asked about both the level of security and the effectiveness of fingerprints in the first place. Nobody wants to spend five minutes making sure they press their finger at just the right angle.

But most of the concerns are only relevant to older fingerprint sensors. What we?re seeing in the iPhone -- and will see in other devices soon -- uses a new generation of technology.

Although Apple bought Authentec, who put those annoying finger-graters onto a large proportion of laptops (complete with irritating software for mapping your fingerprints to your Windows password, web site passwords, and even launching different apps by swiping different fingers), the fingerprint reader on the iPhone 5S isn't going to be like that.

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The latest generation of fingerprint sensors will show up in new laptops this year -- Fujitsu is already selling the LIFEBOOK A743/G, A573/G and A553/G in Japan with next-generation touch fingerprint sensors from Validity --and in keyboards, so you can use them with existing desktop PCs in business. We're expecting to see them on Android and Windows Phone handsets in the not-too distant future as well. Maybe the Surface Pro 2 will even include a fingerprint sensor, because Microsoft is backing fingerprints as the best way to get past the insecurity and inconvenience of passwords.

For PCs, the sensors will be coming from suppliers like Validity and Fingerprints. Microsoft demonstrated a notebook retrofitted with a Validity sensor at TechEd this summer, as part of a demo of the new security features in Windows 8.1. (Ironically, Apple might have helped speed up the switch to the new style of fingerprint sensor in PCs by telling PC makers they could no longer buy the old fingerprint sensors from Authentec after it bought the company.)

Unlike the swipe sensors you may be used to, the new sensors let you press your finger on the reader rather than dragging it across, so they're not as fiddly. You may have used similar sensors at the immigration desk when you visit other countries like the UK.

Windows Security head Nelly Porter isn't a fan of the old swipe reader either; at TechEd this year she told us "They're not intuitive. You have to swipe your finger, not too fast and not too slow and not over to the left and not over to the right but just in the right place so the sensor can compose the stripe image. That's users having to work for the technology, not having the technology work or them."

With the new sensors you don't have to move your finger, just press it against the reader. And like the sensor in the iPhone 5S, the sensors that will be in laptops and keyboards and other phones can detect the ridge and valley pattern of your fingerprint not from the layer of dead skin on the outside of your finger (which a fake finger can easily replicate), but from the living layer of skin under the surface of your finger, using an RF signal. That only works on a live finger; not one that's been severed from your body.

This will protect you from thieves trying to chop off your finger when they mug you for your phone (assuming they're tech-literate thieves, of course), as well as from people with fake fingers using the fingerprint they lifted from your phone screen.

It won't protect you from someone pointing a weapon at you to make you unlock your phone for them with your finger, but as Validity CTO Sebastian Taveau points out, that's like saying your ATM PIN doesn't protect you from thieves at the ATM threatening to break your kneecaps with a crowbar if you don't withdraw money and hand it over. "How many people do you see limping away from cashpoints?" he asks.

For most users, the real question is how usable the fingerprint system will be. Early reports say the iPhone 5S sensor works well once you've got past having to press your finger down at various angles to register it. That fits what we saw with the Validity and Fingerprints sensors in our demo.

And it's not just about unlocking a device. In Windows 8.1 you'll be able to use your fingerprint to switch accounts, to log into a site that usually need a password or to pay for apps - in the Windows Store, in a third-party store that supports the Windows biometric APIs or inside an app. Unlike Apple, Microsoft is making biometrics available to all developers. No more worrying about kids buying expensive items inside a free game you let them download with your account. Or you could use the sensor to stop anyone but you opening your financial apps or looking at personal photos when you hand them your device to show them something.  

04.11.13 18:28
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Synaptics  46,36 $  +1,89%  Perf. seit Threadbeginn:   +174,32%  
   

04.11.13 20:00
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Synaptics named one of Forbes' Best Small Companies 7th year in a row!  

05.11.13 15:14
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Tier-One OEM Selects Synaptics ClearPad® Touch Solutions for Latest Tablet Line
14:35 23.10.13

SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Synaptics Inc. (NASDAQ: SYNA), a leading developer of human interface solutions, today announced that Amazon has selected the industry-leading ClearPad® 7300 capacitive touchscreen solution to power its third-generation 7-inch Kindle Fire HD, and the all-new 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX line of powerhouse tablets. As part of its industry leading portfolio of touch controllers for tablets and notebook PCs, users can enjoy the 10-finger touch support and benefit from the lower power consumption that is delivered through Synaptics ClearPad 7300 touch solution. By partnering with industry leaders such as Amazon, Synaptics further positions itself as the leading supplier of human interface solutions for the tablet market, which continues to be an expanding opportunity for the company.

With increasing frequency, OEMs are looking to Synaptics for innovative touchscreen solutions that deliver an unparalleled user experiences as the tablet market continues to grow. By leveraging Synaptics' ClearPad family of capacitive touchscreen solutions, OEMs such as Amazon can develop thinner, lighter tablets with increased portability for today's generation of on-the-go consumers, all while reducing overall total system costs.

ClearPad 7300 Key Benefits:
?Single ASIC architecture: Enables thinner and lighter tablet designs by reducing PCB real estate, resulting in reduction of overall total system costs.
?Accurate and Responsive: High sensing channel counts and advanced algorithms enable accurate and responsive touch sensing performance over the entire touchscreen surface.
?Low Power Requirements: Optimized for minimum power consumption to extend battery life and efficiency for large-format devices.

"The Amazon Kindle brand has become ubiquitous among on-the-go consumers, and we believe this next generation of tablets will offer the high-quality touch experiences that

Kindle Fire users expect," said Brian Roberts, senior director of large touchscreen solutions, for Synaptics. "We're excited to partner with Amazon as it introduces its newest line of Kindle Fire devices to the market, using our industry leading ClearPad touchscreen solutions."
 

05.11.13 15:20
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Synaptics Delivers World's First ClearPad? Single Layer On-Cell Deployment with Major Chinese Mobile Manufacturer
08:30 15.10.13
SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Synaptics Inc. (NASDAQ: SYNA), a leading developer of human interface solutions, today announced that Yulong, one of the world's largest mobile manufacturers, has adopted the ClearPad? Single Layer On-Cell (SLOC) capacitive touchscreen solution to deliver accurate, responsive and stable five-finger touch sensing technology for its feature-rich, entry-level 8908 smartphone for the Chinese market. The world's first display-integrated solution, the ClearPad SLOC solution is paving the way for Synaptics' increased technology leadership and market penetration in the rapidly expanding Chinese mobile phone market.

First sampled by leading Liquid Crystal Manufacturers (LCMs), Synaptics' ClearPad SLOC solution delivers multi-touch performance using a cutting-edge, low-cost single layer stack-up that integrates touch functionality directly into the smartphone display, completely eliminating the need for a discrete touchscreen sensor layer or side borders in the final smartphone design. In addition, Synaptics' world-class global engineering support, design tools and flexible delivery model empower OEMs like Yulong to efficiently enter mass production and drive adoption in key growth markets such as China.

Over the past year, China has quickly become the world's largest smartphone market, but as opportunities in the region continue to grow exponentially, Chinese consumers are now expecting to see more high-end features on low- to mid-range devices. By leveraging Synaptics' ClearPad SLOC solutions, manufacturers can deliver high-quality experiences specifically tailored for the Chinese market at lower price points, and increase accessibility of new touch technologies for their customers.

"As the leader of human interface technologies, we're excited to see our ClearPad SLOC solutions being rolled out in a key growth market for our business," said Jimmy Lin, senior product marketing manager of the Smart Display Division, Synaptics. "Boosted by the positive growth of the Chinese market, our technologies are poised to see even greater adoption within the region, and we expect to see even more global deployments in coming months."

 

05.11.13 15:38
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Synaptics, Incorporated(NASDAQ:SYNA) managed to keep its gain at +1.27% on below-normal volume of 1.23 million shares. The stock settled at $46.08 after floating in a range of $45.50 to $46.95. After recent close, it has reached market capitalization of $1.50 billion. Its 52-week range has been $23.02 to $56.50. Synaptics Incorporated develops, markets, and sells custom-designed human interface solutions for electronic devices and products primarily in China, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, and the United States.

What was the Moving Force behind SYNA On Bullish Run? Read This Research Report on SYNA
 

08.11.13 10:15
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VOLL unterbewertet wegen dem starken Gewinn anstieg  

08.11.13 10:20

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Das Volumen ist letztlich auf Allzeithoch!  

08.11.13 10:26

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Kennt jemand die SMARTMETRICS? Ebenfalls eine FingerprintID Firma, neu mit Fingerprint Scanner direkt auf der Kreditkarte. Hack-Sicher gibt's erst jetzt!  

08.11.13 10:35

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Hier kommt ein riesen Run! KGV ist bei nur 12, Umsatz und Gewinn steigen schnell, mit der VALIDITY Übernahme geht's erst richtig los...  

Schaut das Volumen auf dem Gesamt Chart an! Plötzlich viel höher als je zuvor.

das läuft was  

10.11.13 19:44

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Beide Firmen sind in San Jose, Kalifornien.  Da sind die Büros gar nicht weit von einander entfernt.

Synaptics
Synaptics ist der marktführende Hersteller von Touchpads und Software für diese. Hauptsitz: San José, CA, Vereinigte Staaten

Founded in 2000, and headquartered in San Jose, California, Validity is the world leader in Natural ID? authentication, providing fingerprint sensor solutions with the highest levels of performance, security, cost-effectiveness, and design flexibility.

 

12.11.13 17:22

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Smartphone brands now are working with a currently small group of fingerprint technology suppliers to develop their own solutions.

These suppliers include Validity Inc., which was bought by Synaptics in 2013; IDEX; and Fingerprint Cards AB.  

12.11.13 17:31

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As it has done so often before, Apple Inc. is triggering a new technology boom, with its integration of a fingerprint sensor on the iPhone 5s inspiring a wave of imitators that will drive the market for fingerprint-enabled smartphones to soar in the coming years.

A total of 525 million smartphones with integrated fingerprint sensors will ship in 2017, up from 45.7 million this year, according to the MEMS and Sensors Service at IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS). Shipments this year will surge by a factor of 10 from a volume of 4.5 million in 2012, as presented in the attached figure.

?Fingerprint scanning for security, authentication and other purposes has always been a conceptually attractive solution in smartphones,? said Marwan Boustany, senior analyst, MEMS and Sensors, for IHS. ?However, cost, size, performance and reliability issues have prevented fingerprint sensors from attaining widespread adoption. With the introduction of the iPhone 5s, Apple has overcome these challenges and has offered a fingerprint sensor solution that delivers seamless functionality. Now that Apple has shown the way, competitors are in a race to enter the market with similar systems, propelling rapid growth in the coming years.?
 

12.11.13 17:38

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Synaptics Inc., a leader in human interface solutions, today announced it has completed its acquisition of Validity Sensors, Inc. on November 7, 2013. Expansion into the fingerprint identification market, with the acquisition of a world class Validity team that delivers industry-leading solutions, is an integral part of Synaptics' growth strategy as it immediately expands the depth and breadth of solutions available to its global partners.  

As consumer demand for fingerprint ID integration into intuitive smart devices continues to grow, OEMs are looking to differentiate their products with the innovative solutions Synaptics' partners have come to expect. With the addition of Validity's secure, high-performance and cost-effective solutions to Synaptics' core family of industry-leading ClearPad® and TouchPad? solutions,  partners will have access to the industry's broadest portfolio of leading-edge human interface solutions for smartphones, tablets, and notebook PCs.
 

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