jNet Technology

jNET jNet Technology develops JavaCard & Global Platform Operating Systems under contract with silicon manufacturers and smartcard integrators for government departments/agencies and commercial businesses, both foreign and domestic.

jNet gives their customers the choice of being trained train to port jNet’s source code to their chosen smartcard chip themselves, or having jNet’s team complete the entire project for them from inception through security certification.

jNet’s unified code base has been under active “clean room” development for over eight years and has been ported to a variety of chips, from 8-bit to 32-bit. Over the years, this high-performance JavaCard Virtual Machine (VM) has evolved into a compact, modular, mature, portable, secure and flexible platform. It has undergone extensive testing and security validations and is FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria (CC) certification-ready, out of the box.

Products

jNet’s unified code base has been under active “clean room” development for over eight years and has been ported to a variety of chips, from 8-bit to 32-bit. It has undergone extensive testing and security validations and is FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria (CC) certification-ready, out of the box.

JavaCard v3.0.4 “Classic” + Global Platform v2.2.1 has most optional features implemented and is easily configurable. This baseline is geared towards security evaluations like FIPS 140-2 and/or Common Criteria for Government ID, ePassport, multi-application banking cards and other high-assurance deployments.

JavaCard v2.2.2 + Visa GP2.1.1 is a small footprint, yet secure and a fully compliant implementation that is well suited for banking, transit, loyalty, ID or as a base JavaCard platform where many proprietary features are desired.

ARC-specific Support Details

jNet is working with Synopsys to add JavaCard OS support for the DesignWare® ARC® EM family of processors.

Learn more about how jNet and Synopsys work together.