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Login card for Sun Ray / Oracle servers

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SUN Oracle login cards

High performance JAVA based card used as SUN Ray – Oracle Server secure login card.

Oracle SUN thin client enabled for hot desking applications. It is a low cost solution for organizations using hundreds or thousands of smart cards like this one. Cards can be imprinted per specific request.

More functionality than Oracle – Sun Ray X1400A, X1401A, X1403A, X1404A chip cards. Our cards are microprocessor JAVA cards with 36k of EEPROM memory. They are capable of being programmed and used as multifunctional smart cards so the user cannot just log into Oracle server but also other things, like ID, micropayments, health records, secret data …

Cards are white on both sides. More suitable for customers that print logo or user’s ID onto cards. Ask for quote or visit our card printing service page.

IMPORTANT - ANNOUNCEMENT BY ORACLE:

Oracle Payflex Smart Cards Oracle Smart Cards have been discontinued in March 2017.
The following smart card products are no longer available:
 
Smart Cards                                                                 Part Numbers
Payflex Smart Cards (without Artwork on front)               X1404AN, X1404A 
Payflex Smart Cards (with Artwork on front)                    X1403AN
 
As an alternative, customers can purchase 3rd party smart cards to be used for hotdesking.
Refer to the list of tested 3rd party smart cards for hotdesking on the Sun Ray Products Documentation page on OTN: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server
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storage/sunrayproducts/docs/sunraysmartcards-485728.html
 
Note that the list of 3rd party smart cards is for informational purposes only, and does not imply Oracle support for these smart cards. These 3rd party smart cards were tested under a specific configuration and they may or may not work for your deployment. Users are responsible for selecting and testing for a smart card that is compatible with their software and systems, prior to deployment.