Hypercom Corporation (NYSE: HYC) announced today that its Artema Modular unattended payment terminal and P2100 PIN Pad have received Apacs (Association of Payments And Clearing Services) Common Criteria accreditation for use in the UK.
These most recent accreditations further strengthen Hypercom's position as a leading provider of payment solutions in the UK market.
"Hypercom brings to the UK market a complete approved portfolio of high security countertop, mobile and unattended payment devices," said Dave Millener, Managing Director, Hypercom UK and Ireland. "Our products meet virtually every possible card payment scenario, provide safe shopping for consumers, reliability for merchants and optimized cost of ownership for our customers."
In addition to the Artema Modular and P2100 PIN Pad, APACS has accredited Hypercom's Optimum family including the T4200 platform with options for dial, IP and GPRS connectivity, the M4200 Bluetooth and GPRS mobile terminals, and the S9 PIN Pad.
Artema Modular, Hypercom's best-in-class unattended card payment solution, first introduced at the end of 2005, can now be found in kiosks, vending, petrol and other self-service machines deployed in Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and North America.
The Optimum P2100 PIN Pad offers a range of chip and magnetic stripe card reader configurations, facilitating usage in a wide variety of retail environments. With an integrated privacy shield, high-contrast full graphics display, large color-coded and DDA (Disability Discrimination Act) compliant keypad, it provides a highly intuitive cardholder interface, as well as complying with all relevant Chip and PIN standards.