Phoenix Managed Networks (Phoenix) has introduced a new Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) payments transaction network to the UK and Europe. A broad range of advanced payment applications, including an international payments gateway, fraud prevention, authorisation, mobile solutions and settlement capability have been developed for point of sale (POS), ATM and kiosks. These new products are incorporated into new service delivery models including software-as-a service (SaaS) and application service provider (ASP).
This new end-to-end service offers encrypted network capacity and multi-meter transaction based pricing to provide a PCI DSS-compliant network for high volume payment traffic.
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