Mensys, Serenity release eComStation for OS/2 ATMs
Tracy Kitten editor
• 03 Sep 2009
Netherlands-based Mensys BV and Serenity Systems International have launched eComStation to help ATM deplolyers prolong the life of their OS/2-based ATMs.
According to a news release issued by Mensys, eComStation was developed based on the last version of IBM’s OS/2 Warp 4.52, despite IBM’s withdraw of OS/2 from the market in 2006.
The move to Windows-based ATMs is picking up, Mensys says, but since a number of OS/2 ATMs remain in the market, Mensys and Serenity wanted to develop a solution that could help deployers support OS/2 hardware and features required to extend usage of ATMs for marketing and CRM purposes. The move to eComStation builds on NCR’s mid-2008 launch of NCR APTRA Promote Content Service in the United Kingdom, which provides an advertising service for deployers with mixed Windows and OS/2 ATM fleets.
Key features of eComStation include:
* Fast and easy installation from CD-ROM
* IBM fixes and updates
* Support for modern hardware
* Remote administration
* Networking interoperability
* Support for high-resolution color displays, font anti-aliasing, video playback and audio output
* Licensing for eComStation
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