A recent notification clearly stated that AvaLAN Wireless is now going to serve Cincinnati based company, Kroger for covering 10,000 fuel dispensers with top-notch quality Ethernet connectivity. This wireless system has been put to test through some rigorous and extensive wireless and network security based penetrating testing. It was further determined to be a secure and reliable form of EMV connectivity products on market. That might be the reason for this Cincinnati based company to choose this firm, when the competition is quite high. When compared to other forms of EMV connectivity items in the market, the one from this firm seems to be of best quality and with good reviews from clients.
Specialized ability to help:
Apart from the points mentioned already, AvaLAN has the ability to optimize some specified form of security features associated with added security layers. The main aim of this service is to prevent hacking of any sort of EMV PCI data for the Kroger team. It is only after understanding the application needs first that the team chose to create a customized form of industrial wireless Ethernet switch. For that, the team had a talk with Kroger corporate technology team and Dover Fueling solutions.
Things to procure from AvaLAN:
This company provides a customized wireless high speed and 5 GHz data service with the help of this integrated Ethernet switch. It further has the best EMV connectivity products. That helps in matching the current fuel dispenser EMV based needs of Kroger. The solution is designed to deliver some high speed and power for the next generated versions of fuel dispensers with certified data encrypted technology. It further comes with networking VLAN segmented switch, which gives rise to full PCI Compliance, at its best. This solution is likely to offer 24 x 7 enterprise management to Kroger team and cover its 10,000 dispensers well.
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