Thursday, 30 June 2011

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Beltron ties up with Pune firm to implement e-security solutions

Posted: 30 Jun 2011 02:51 AM PDT

Patna/Pune: according to latest reports, Beltron Telecom, a Government undertaking of Bihar has signed an MoU with Bilcare Technologies, – a research and technology company focusing on creating next-generation anti-counterfeiting, security and brand protection solutions. The purpose of this tie up is to provide solutions for a secured e-governance in the state and non-Governmental projects taken up by Beltron Telecom in Bihar, Jharkhand and the North East.

The tie up will allow Beltron Telecom to use Bilcare's unique nonClonableID™ technology in its e-governance and security projects. Ramesh Kumar, MD, Beltron Telecom, said 'Bilcare's nonClonableID technology is a path-breaking invention which has the potential business landscape of Rs 8,000 to 10,000 Crores in the security and secured e – governance space. We, at Beltron Telecom are very encouraged about the new business opportunity arising out of this very crucial strategic collaboration with Bilcare and we are very confident that this technology will translate into additional new business revenue of Rs.200-250 Crores in the next 2-3 years for Beltron Telecom and Bilcare.'

Bilcare Technologies has pioneered the only one of its kind nonClonableID™ technology developed to successfully secure a wide range of items from automotive parts to museum artifacts and form Agro-chemicals to fool-proof ID cards including those used by the Delhi Police and by the special security force of a large Asian country.

Dr. Praful Naik, Executive Director of Bilcare said 'The partnership with Beltron Telecom will see Bilcare's technology being used in a wide range of crucial projects under Beltron Telecom's leadership and we are confident that this partnership will help provide the best security solutions to Beltron Telecom's customers and facilitate accomplishment of Beltron Telecom's core objective of providing public utility services of immense value'.

According to reports, Beltron Telecom carried out a detailed evaluation of the various technology solutions and concluded that whereas most of the anti-counterfeiting technologies had limitations. Being generic in nature, the counterfeiters are able to figure out such technologies within 9-12 months of use. It is claimed that Bilcare's nonClonableID™ fingerprints are distinctly exceptional as they cannot be duplicated, not even by Bilcare.

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