Java Card Forum

The Java Card Forum is an industry association of companies from the smart card, secure operating system and secure silicon industry, working together to promote and develop Java as the preferred programming language for multi-application smart cards, secure devices and other execution environments.

A new Look for the Java Card Forum

The Java Card Forum launches its new Look and Feel to reflect its continued collaboration and innovation

Berlin, Germany and Paris, France, 18th November 2013 – Leading industry organization the Java Card Forum (JCF), dedicated to promoting and developing interoperable Java Card™ technology products, has today unveiled its new visual identity; providing a stronger industry presence and a clearer image for the organization going forward.

“After reaching our 15 year milestone last year, it was the perfect time to evaluate our visual identity to ensure it reflected today’s organization and where we are going in the future,” says Bruno Basquin, President of the Java Card Forum and Chairman of the Business Committee. “The logo and colour scheme modernize the JCF’s appearance and will enable clear recognition across all media, including social and broadcast media, as well as on smaller devices such as smart phones and tablets,” he continues.

The new logo symbolizes the organization’s long history of collaboration within the industry and its continued commitment to drive innovation for multi-application secure solutions. The JCF members worked closely with Krowne Communications GmbH in defining the new image, which includes a new website and documentation layout.

The Java Card Forum will continue to travel to different regions to promote Java Card technology and will hold its first Open Day in Latin America on 10th December in Sao Paulo with the new Look and Feel.

Author: Karen B

Karen has been working in the high-tech industry for over 25 years covering system support, event management, corporate publishing and secretariat support for special interest groups. As well as running the UK office, she is the Marketing & Operations Secretariat for the Java Card Forum. She is currently based in the UK.

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