HONG KONG, 8 May, 2019 – Advanced Card Systems Ltd. (ACS), Asia Pacific’s top supplier and one of the world’s top 3 suppliers of PC-linked smart card readers (Source: Frost & Sullivan), exhibits in Japan IT Week Spring 2019 from 8 to 10 May at Tokyo Big Sight. ACS’s booth will be in West Halls W2-1.

ACS will showcase its products including: ACR1251T USB Token NFC Reader II, a compact and portable solution for contactless smart card applications; ACR330, a validator supporting both EMV Lv2 and QR code payment for Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) systems; and AMR220-C1, a dual interface Bluetooth® mPOS Reader complying with stringent payment standards.

“Addressing the growing popularity of and demand for contactless applications, ACS will continue to innovate and offer a variety of contactless smart cards readers/ writers.” says Hiroyuki Shimada, General Manager of ACS Japan office. “Not only providing sophisticated smart card technologies, we also aim to deliver world- class services to our customers and partners.”

Japan IT Week is the largest and most influential IT exhibition in Japan, covering a wide range if IT key areas such as information security, big data management and mobile solutions.

About ACS

Advanced Card Systems Ltd. (ACS), founded in 1995, is Asia Pacific’s top supplier and one of the world’s top 3 suppliers of PC-linked smart card readers. ACS is the winner of the Product Quality Leadership Award for Smart Card Readers from Frost & Sullivan. In 2010, 2014 and 2015, ACS was listed in Forbes Asia’s “Best Under a Billion” list, an inter-industry list comprised of 200 top-performing publicly listed companies in the Asia-Pacific, with sales between US$5 million and US$1 billion. ACS develops a wide range of high quality smart card reading/writing devices, smart cards and related products and distributes them to over 100 countries worldwide. Visit ACS at https://www.acs.com.hk/.

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