NTT Research Selects STid Mobile ID Technology for New Office

The strategic partnership is said to ensure a comprehensive security level and interoperability due to STid’s multiple interfaces and open protocol options.

IRVING, Texas — NTT Research, part of NTT, a global technology and business solutions, recently inaugurated new offices in Sunnyvale, Calif. to support its rapid growth and host the area’s diverse high-tech talent pipeline.

The state-of-the art technology complex is said to feature integration of security, infrastructure, and operations solutions such as access control, modular turnstiles, visitor management, video analytics, climate and air quality monitoring, smart windows, among others with brands such as STid, Genetec, Splan, Mobotix Dormakaba, and more.

STid Group, a leading manufacturer in next generation contactless high security, was chosen by NTT Global Sourcing, a wholly-owned company within NTT Inc., established to create global strategic partner relationships and expand their market share.

STid’s Architect Blue readers and its STid Mobile ID App provide user-friendly identification solutions by transferring the user’s access card onto their smartphone, to work alongside or replace their RFID card, according to the company.

“New factors are starting to become increasingly important when designing high-security buildings. As staff members are more concerned about having an exceptional experience at work, they start to consider the building environment,” says Matthew Ireland, chief information security officer at NTT Research.

This strategic partnership is said to ensure a comprehensive security level and interoperability due to STid’s multiple interfaces and open protocol options.

STid offers a unified identification across diverse systems such as corporate access control, printing, vending machines, visitor management, lockers, cashless restaurants, time and attendance, OEM, among others.

A large number of ARCS-B/BT: Keypad/RFID/Bluetooth/NFC readers, and ARCS-AQ/BT: Standard/Bluetooth/NFC/QR Code readers and a couple of ARC-D/BT: Standard/ Biometric readers and ARCS-H/BT: Desktop Bluetooth readers are being integrated at Sunnyvale to comply with NTT’s variety of user profiles.

“We commiserate with NTT and [integrator] Innovati Inc. core values, our firm commitment to our clients shaped by our outstanding customer service, our quest for technical excellence archived by only deploying top of the range components, and our passion for cutting edge technology with ambitious character will be the foundations of our alliance,” says Pierre-Antoine Larrera de Morel, STid Group global vice president.

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