Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) November 18, 2015
CardinalCommerce, the pioneer and global leader in authenticated payments, announces that it was granted a patent by the Australian Patent Office for Intelligent Directory Server Routing, patent number 2009285780, and received a notice of allowance in Canada for System and Method for Conversion Between Internet and Non-Internet Transactions.
These patents complement similar international and U.S. patents and applications. These technological developments improve efficiency, add flexibility and reduce latency for online transactions. The technology taught in these intellectual properties protects a broad range of services, including translating communication protocols, dynamically ranking and routing requests from redundant services based on volume, latency, functionality and other criteria. With these proprietary technologies, Cardinal’s systems can rank transaction quality, maximize through-put and increase transaction speed in order to monitor servers and route traffic to process our Customers’ transactions in the best and most efficient manner, along with recognizing devices and translating their respective communication protocols into languages familiar with existing payment platforms.
According to Cardinal’s Chief Technology Officer, Chandra Balasubramanian, “With the technology covered by these patents, Cardinal is able translate, score, decision and authenticate transactions in milliseconds, even during the busiest holiday shopping periods. As we continue to advance our technologies, we are able to process and protect our merchants’ and banks’ transactions in the most efficient and fastest ways possible. With One Connection to Cardinal, we continue to FutureProof our Customers’ businesses.”
Cardinal's intellectual property portfolio includes more than 50 issued patents and approximately 100 pending patent applications.
CardinalCommerce is the pioneer and global leader in enabling authenticated payment transactions in the card-not-present payments industry, and the largest authentication network in the world. Through One Connection to the proprietary Cardinal SafeCloud(TM), we enable friction-free, technology-neutral authentication and alternative payment services (including digital wallets and mobile commerce services). Cardinal services, partners with and complements most providers in the marketplace to deliver their One Connection solution to secure transactions. In accommodating this growing number of payment brands and methods, Cardinal's platforms serve as universal switches, supporting virtually all merchant platforms, wallets, legacy processing systems and authentication methodologies.
CardinalCommerce is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio and services a worldwide Customer base from facilities in the United States, Europe and Africa. For more information, visit http://www.cardinalcommerce.com.
Tara Lavelle, VP Marketing