Tranax Adds Diebold 912 Emulation to Its Essential Banking Functionality: Move Expands Options for Credit Unions and Smaller Banks

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Tranax Adds Diebold 912 Emulation to Its Essential Banking Functionality. Move Expands Options for Credit Unions and Smaller Banks.

Tranax Technologies, a leading developer of ATMs and self-service kiosks, today announced that its ATMs have been certified to run Diebold 912 Transaction Emulation.

The Diebold 912 emulation provides Tranax Systems the capability to interact with existing ATM networks and provides compatibility with mainframe and network software packages operating with the Diebold 912 message format. The message format is the language that the ATM communicates with host’s terminal driving software. This emulation allows a Tranax essential banking ATM to operate smoothly on existing networks running Diebold 912 exclusively.

With its new Diebold 912 Emulation, a bank’s processor does not need a separate device handler to run a Tranax ATM. The Tranax ATM can now be ordered with Diebold 912 emulation software and it will connect to and communicate with the processor’s device handler.

“Tranax emulation software offers ‘plug and play’ compatibility with Diebold 912 ATM networks,” said Dominic Di Blasio, Vice President, Financial Products Group at Tranax. “And it enables Tranax to offer more choice to these environments.”

Neighbors Credit Union, in St. Louis, Missouri, was the first credit union to install the software. “It now works easily with our core processor, XP Systems and Lynxgate to establish communications,” said Rosanne Cordia, BVP Operation at Neighbors Credit Union. "Our ATM has been up and running for over a month and we are pleased with its performance. We would recommend Tranax to other financial institutions.”

Tranax essential banking ATMs have been running with NDC (NCR Direct Connect) emulation which was introduced in 2004 and is certified on many ATM Networks throughout the country.

Tranax Technologies

Tranax leads the ATM and self-service industry in the design, development, manufacture, and sale of self-service technology to the retail, banking, hospitality, entertainment, and gaming industries. Founded in 1986 by Dr. Hansup Kwon, the Fremont-based company has sold 75,000 ATMs across North America.

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Tranax Technologies

510/770-2227 x408

Robin D. Stavisky

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