Hypercoms HBNet Signs SiVault Systems

Wednesday 17 November 2004 10:06 CET | News

Hypercom Corporations HBNet, Inc. subsidiary has signed an agreement with SiVault Systems, to implement Hypercoms advanced HBNet information delivery service.

The selection follows SiVault Systems agreement to combine its end-to-end signature verification technology with Hypercoms high speed Optimum L4100 signature capture card payment terminal. Hypercom terminals together with the Hypercoms high speed, high performance HBNet data communications network deliver new levels of authorization and processing speed to customers conducting dial or Internet Protocol (IP) transactions at the point-of-interaction in retail point-of-sale, financial, government, healthcare and other markets. The Intelligent Alternative to Speed the Authorization & Processing of Electronic Transactions Hypercoms high performance HBNet network for North Americas dial and IP POS market speeds the authorization and processing of electronic transactions for the retail point-of-sale, financial, government, healthcare and other transaction-based markets - giving processors a competitive, reliable and secure alternative to existing suppliers. The advanced HBNet transaction network is powered by the payment technology leaders robust, ultra high-density MegaNAC180 Network Access Controllers (NACs), which are strategically positioned within the North American Public Switching Telephone Network (PSTN) and at processor data centers. HBNet supports all point-of-sale/point-of-transaction card payment protocols and formats communicating at up to V.92 speeds, including Hypercom FastPOS, the 9600 bps fast train modem technology which allows high-speed transaction processing, software downloads and batch uploads. Additionally, with the MegaNAC180s unique parallel processing architecture, HBNet provides unparalleled resiliency, fail-over and transaction overflow capabilities. It delivers continuous, uninterrupted service, seamlessly load balances, and is constructed to have no single point-of-failure.

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