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Electronic Payment Card Transactions

Early electronic payment card (EPC) transaction networks required a merchant cashier to write-up and manually enter each transaction. The cashier provided the majority of the transaction support. A customer’s involvement was typically limited to presenting the card and then signing a receipt. At the end of the business day; the merchant processed their EPC transactions with the rest of their sales records.


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Whitepaper – 5G & Mobile, IoT Payments

The payment revolution is here with 5G. 5G promises a whole new world of in nite possibilities and rewriting the world as we know, with assurances for an unprecedented level of connectedness among humans, machines, devices, and networks.


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Basics of SSL for IP Financial Transactions

Secure transport of business critical data has enabled the proliferation of a broad range of financial transactions, e-commerce and e-banking services across the Internet.


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PCI DSS 3.0 Requirements & Compliance

PCI requirements for transaction transport are reviewed along with providing detail on how NewNet Secure Transaction systems provide PCI DSS certified confidence.


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The Keys to Becoming a Successful Acquirer of Transactions in a Changing Payment Environment

Driven by increased demand for mobile and electronic commerce, higher data volumes, the proliferation of new devices and emerging network and back-office technologies the payment system is changing.


Payment Transaction Security & Enforcement

NewNet offers payment transaction transport solutions for secure transaction aggregation, routing & switching of the card/wallet based transactions originating from dial, broadband and mobile POS/POI devices or web/mobile web based payment devices and securely transport these transactions to authorization servers for timely approval of these transactions utilizing the most secure means for transport.


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