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Get Ready For PIN-based Payments

S9 PIN Pad Payment Device

Hypercom Corp.

Lately there's a whole lot of litigating and legislating changes to processing fees and implementing new security requirements going on in the payments industry. To accommodate these varied initiatives, Hypercom Corp. has introduced the S9 payment device.

The S9 is a modular upgrade and is easily integrated into leading POS systems, providing merchants with lots of features-including a cost-effective way for them to take advantage of the increase in PIN-based transactions.

Hypercom says the S9 offers retailers the right technology, software, flexibility and branding opportunities- giving their customers a smooth payment experience.

The S9 also features several security certifications that meet or exceed industry standards. It reads both magnetic stripes and smart cards, is PED and EMV Level 1 certified, it achieved Infoguard testing and the system features a separate security processor and Master/Session DES, 3DES and DUKPT support.

The S9 offers a number of additional key advantages to merchants. Its distinctive ergonomic design can be deployed as a hand-over or counter-top PIN entry device; it can also be mounted to integrate into the existing point-of-purchase design, providing smooth and cost-effective EMV migration. It is compatible with Hypercom's T7 and ICE families of terminals.

Retailers will also not have to write any new code to run the S9-HyperWare FPE software with drivers such as Windows DLL, OPOS and JavaPOS controls is included.

The device's post-mold decorating technology lets merchants customize the S9 with their own brand or colors so that when customers swipe their cards, the brand and message become part of the transaction experience.

Hypercom Corp.

2851 W. Kathleen Road

Phoenix, Ariz. 85053

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