Forget The Dongle – Givex Introduces New Vexilor POS Tablets With Built-In Card Readers

TORONTO, July 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The next generation of Vexilor V10 tablets have launched with an integrated magnetic stripe reader (MSR) and unique Plug and Play capabilities.

Vexilor V10 Gen 2 shown here with stand mount and optional customer facing tablet.

Vexilor V10 Gen 2 shown here with stand mount and optional customer facing tablet.

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Researched and designed with the help of business partners, Vexilor is an agile POS that is more than an iPad App. Vexilor is an enterprise level POS solution using tablets that are not only designed to look sleek and enhance any business environment, but are also custom manufactured strong enough to withstand rough handling and a range of indoor and outdoor business settings.

Enterprise level businesses used to be held back by the expenses associated with purchasing, installing, and maintaining legacy POS systems. For less than the costs businesses were traditionally spending on three or four legacy POS stations, Vexilor V10 tablets can create five or six of the same. Businesses have been able to speed up cash-out times, decrease table-turn times, and increase operational efficiencies across multiple industries.

The V10 Gen 2 Vexilor tablets build upon the well-received V10 Gen 1 tablets and are designed to meet the growing demands of enterprise businesses. A built-in magnetic stripe card reader (not just a dongle) for processing transactions involving Givex gift or loyalty cards and coupon redemptions is one of the enhanced business features of the Vexilor V10 Gen 2 tablets.

The V10 Gen 2 tablets can easily be mounted to serve as workstations or customer facings screens. Powered over Ethernet (POE), they don’t rely on secondary power cords or bulky wall warts, it’s as simple as plugging in one cable and businesses are ready to go. More stable than WiFi, Ethernet gives operators peace of mind when running their businesses, no more worrying about splitters, chargers, or unstable internet connections.

“The enhancements to the Vexilor V10 Gen 2 tablets are a result of Givex working closely with our clients to deeply understand their business needs and demands of their respective industries, and working to always evolve with those needs and demands” says Graham Campbell, SVP Product Development at Givex. He furthers “the Gen 2 Vexilor V10 tablets speak to Vexilor’s agile development, and our commitment to help businesses unleash their full potential.”

Vexilor is being used by businesses in USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Hong Kong, and mainland China.

Cambium Networks Launches ePMP(TM) Force 100 To Enhance Performance Range In High-Interference Deployments

ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill., July 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Cambium Networks™, a global leading provider of wireless broadband solutions, today announced the release of the ePMP Force 100, a high-gain integrated subscriber solution. The ePMP Force 100 contains Cambium Networks’ latest ePMP software release 2.1 that includes enhancements to Cambium Networks’ eFortify™ and eCommand™ software solutions.

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The ePMP Force 100 can be deployed as a subscriber module that can connect to any ePMP access point, as well as peer nodes in point-to-point deployment configurations. Service providers who already have the ePMP 1000 Connectorized Radio in their networks have the option of purchasing the ePMP Dish separately to enhance throughput and increase deployment range. Key features of the ePMP Force 100:

  • Frequency availability: 5150 – 5970MHz
  • Security: 128-bit AES encryption (CCMP mode)
  • Peak gain: 25 dBi antenna gain with 30 dBm of transmit power
  • Round Trip Latency: 6 ms (flexible frame mode), 17 ms (GPS Sync mode)
  • Throughput: 150 Mbps of real user data

Also announced today is software release 2.1 which adds software enhancements to eCommand which provides a suite of management tools to plan, provision and monitor the network, and to eFortify, which allows the platform to recognize and react to external interference.

eCommand improvements include:

  • New graphical user interface (GUI) with online help
  • Enhanced statistics and metrics to monitor and troubleshoot the network
  • Automatic channel selection based on best channel available across accessible spectrum

eFortify improvements include:

  • Option to operate with carrier sense enabled or disabled to optimize system RF performance

“Helping our customers maximize their investments in equipment and realize faster ROI is a top priority for Cambium Networks,” said Atul Bhatnagar, president and CEO, Cambium Networks. “The ePMP Force 100 is a solid option for potential customers deploying across a range of physical and RF environments and subscriber densities, and allows networks operators to reach more end users while enhancing link performance.”

The ePMP Force 100 is the latest addition to the ePMP platform launched in October 2013, which includes:

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Additional information:

Download the product spec sheet: ePMP Force 100
Download release 2.1: ePMP Software
Read the blog post: Our Ally is the Force

Contact

Golin for Cambium Networks – Sara Ball
+1-415-318-4361
sball@golinharris.com