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Payleven adds support for Intel Atom processors

17 December 2013  |  1760 views  |  0 Source: payleven

Payleven, Europe's leading provider of mobile card payments and retail solutions, now fully supports Android smartphones and tablets with Intel Atom processors.

The optimized performance of the payleven App on Intel® Atom™ based Android smartphones and tablets ensures a smooth process and best performance in terms of CPU and battery life of the payleven payment and retail solutions for corresponding mobile devices. The technological cooperation is an important step for payleven, in making accessibility of mobile payment for small and medium-sized businesses simpler. Intel® Atom™ processors, which are based on the x86 architecture, have been produced since 2008 and are often used for mobile devices.

"Intel® Atom™ processors provide retailers with an excellent platform for their everyday business needs", - says Wolfgang Petersen, Intel Director of Developer Relations Division in EMEA - "by harnessing the power and performance capabilities of the latest Intel technologies, companies like payleven can deliver a whole new experience for mobile payments."

"The support of new technologies in the area of mobile devices is fundamental for the future of Mobile Payment. By enabling the payleven app running natively on Intel® Atom™ based devices, we ensure our clients the best performance and thus broader possibilities and flexibility when choosing a new high-performance gadget", says Alston Zecha, COO and founder of payleven..

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