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TNS And Systech Announce Strategic Alliance to Simplify Transition to an IP-Based Network Infrastruc

Monday 9 February 2004 00:49 CET | News

Transaction Network Services (TNS) and Systech Corporation have formed a strategic alliance to simplify the transition from legacy processing protocols to an IP infrastructure.

Together, TNS and Systech are allowing merchants to realize the benefits of IP transaction transport without installing costly new equipment. The two companies are bringing the speed and reliability of IP-based technologies to the point of sale (POS) with a joint solution consisting of Systechs Internet Payment Gateways and TNS TransXpress Secure Internet gateway solution. TNS, one of the leading providers of business-critical, cost-effective data communications services for transaction-oriented applications, offers TransXpress Secure to support access to TNS secure data networks via the Internet. The Systech Internet Payment Gateway interfaces and converts legacy protocol POS and ATM devices to IP and connects the device to TransXpress Secure.


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