The certificate recognizes the company’s expertise in developing products in various fields where security and confidentiality are paramount, including financial payment, mobile communications, Internet of Things (IoT), smart homes and automotive electronics.
Officials from OSCCA Shanghai hailed the move as a major step forward, showing the Chinese government’s commitment to develop security for the smart electronics industry. Authorities welcomed NXP as the latest member of China’s certified commercial cryptography producers, and expect the company to abide China’s business regulations and laws, and to support and improve the country’s information security.
“NXP is honored and extremely proud to receive this important certificate,” said Rafael Sotomayor, SVP and GM of the smart transactions and identity business line at NXP. “China has always been an important market for us, and we are committed to providing Chinese customers with innovative solutions in the field of IoT and security.”