Many banks Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) still use analogue or V.35 for communication. The ATMs use encrypted data communication (3DES) mainly at low speeds. Communication using speeds of between 256 and 512 kbps are often delivered using V.35 Serial on a TDM infrastructure.
As carriers move to switch-off their legacy networks the banks are faced with having to upgrade their ATM communications infrastructure – all within timescales dictated by the carrier.
By deploying Liberator™ products at the ATM the bank can continue to use the existing ATM. It can also add additional services such as video, which can be delivered using Carrier Ethernet. When the bank decides to upgrade its ATMs the same Liberator™ product can be used – there is no need for a truck roll.