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Bringing ATMs to rural areas is a strong step to alleviating the vast numbers of unbanked and underbanked people across India, said Raja Gopalakrishnan, group managing director, FIS Asia-Pacific and COO, FIS International.
In contrast, bringing ATM into the show requires a whole set of new controls for ATM that need to be dealt with and managed.
In addition, by bringing ATM processing in-house we will realize operational efficiencies and significant cost savings.
Once a headquaters location has implemented an ATM backbone, bringing ATM services out into the enterprise network simplifies overall network architecture, provides more efficient use of bandwidth at smaller locations, and delivers a very cost-effective virtual network service architecture for distributed organizations.
Nasdaq: FORE), the worldwide leader in local area networking products based on asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) technology, today announced the delivery of products and capabilities bringing ATM to the PC and Macintosh desktop, further advancing the commercial ATM market.
By combining IDT's high-performance ATM SAR and interface technology with SNT's advanced system software, IDT and SNT will lead the charge of bringing ATM to the desktop.
Twenty-five Mbps ATM technology will be very important to our customers in bringing ATM to the desktop," said Scott Matheson, manager of Technology Business Segment -- IBM Networking Hardware Division.
By bringing ATM to our customers' facility, even to the desktop, we can do what other providers can't, put them on the backbone and eliminate the hierarchical structure imposed by other alternatives," concluded Browning.