Through its proprietary e-Government platforms and innovative solutions for traditional and biometrics enrollment, personalization, issuance and border control services, SuperCom has inspired governments and national agencies to design and issue secured Multi-ID documents and robust digital identity solutions to its citizens and visitors. SuperCom offers advanced, secure mobile payments ranging from mobile wallet to mobile POS, using a set of components and platforms to enable secure mobile payments and financial services. SuperCom is a global provider of a unique all-in-one field-proven RFID & mobile PureSecurity advanced solutions suite, accompanied by advanced complementary services for various industries, including healthcare and homecare, security and safety, community public safety, law enforcement, electronic monitoring, livestock monitoring, and building and access automation.
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Herzliya, IL
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83 (est)
SuperCom was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Herzliya, IL

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SuperCom has offices in Herzliya and New York
Herzliya, IL (HQ)
1 Arieh Shenkar St
New York, US
Everett Building 200 Park Ave S

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Market capitalization (22-Sep-2017)

47.1 m

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SuperCom's current market capitalization is $47.1 m.
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SpaceX and HP Enterprise to send supercomputer to ISS next week

Next week, a SpaceX CRS-12 rocket will launch from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. Its payload will include a HP Enterprise (HPE) supercomputer, called the Spaceborne Computer, which will be used to see if off-the-shelf computer components can be built to withstand the harsh conditions of sp…

Why HPE is sending a supercomputer to the ISS on SpaceX’s next rocket

 Officially named the “Spaceborne Computer,” the Linux-based supercomputer is designed to serve in a one year experiment conducted by NASA and HPE to find out if high performance computing hardware, with no hardware customization or modification, can survive and operate in outer space conditions for…

HP is putting a supercomputer in space

No matter where you are on Earth, your computer just works. As long as you have power (or a battery) and a broadband internet connection, your device is good to go, with access to essentially the computing power of the entire world. That's not true in space. Computers on the International Space …

U.S. ousted by China and Switzerland in supercomputer rankings

The U.S. may need a more powerful supercomputer. Two Chinese supercomputers and an upgraded supercomputer in Switzerland rank ahead of the U.S. in a biannual list of top supercomputers released Monday by the TOP500 organization, which tracks supercomputer speeds. It is only the second time that the …

Toyota is using Nvidia’s car supercomputer for its autonomous vehicles

Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced that Toyota will use Nvidia’s Drive PX supercomputers for autonomous vehicles. Those cars will debut in the market in the next few years, Huang said. The Drive PX uses a new processor dubbed Xavier, which can do 30 trillion operations per second in a deep learning…

NASA needs your help to speed up its supercomputer code

Feeling ambitious? If so, NASA's got a challenge for you. If you know how to program computers (otherwise this will be damn near impossible), the agency's encouraging you to participate in the High Performance Fast Computing Challenge (HPFCC). What the heck is that? Well, essentially, the NASA-s…
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