On the board: 2 modems and 4 possible operators (4 SIM cards); LAN and WiFi, which can connect to the local network of the location and be an WiFi access point for payment devices; two lithium batteries (12 hours without electricity).
Today we install SV3-HUB - System Version 3-HUB, a 3rd generation transactional fault-tolerant router, for our customers.
Where it is really appreciated by your own customers and buyers ... and competitors too.
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Almost forgot the main thing! If you look closely at the photos, you can see that the device consists of two blocks. On one - modems, WiFi, WAN and processor. On the second one there is another processor, a crypto card and a LAN. It's simple - SV3-HUB really consists of two computers, each running its own instance of Linux OS and our special software. There are no known network services and protocols between them - only transaction and transaction data. There are no network services - there is nothing to break and hack! The first computer holds the aggressive environment of the public Internet on itself, the second one works in a protected and closed segment of the local network of a store, gas station, hypermarket. A cash server, a commercial accounting system - our customers don't worry about them…
What do you think is common between a huge hypermarket and a gas station on a highway, a distant highway? They are united by a reliable payment service! In the first case, millions of daily turnover are at stake, in the second - responsibility to drivers, travelers with children and mothers-in-law and reputation among corporate clients. Back in 2005, our first "box" stood on "combat" duty in a well-known network of gas stations, which was able to choose a "live" mobile operator from two possible ones and thus provided reliable refueling of customers. 6 years have passed and the responsibility of the payment service in hypermarkets has lain on the shoulders of our 2nd generation device, where we already had to look for a working option between the corporate intranet and three available mobile operators, while transmitting not only small portions of transaction data, but also scans of buyers' signatures made by them with a stylus on the terminal screen instead of paper.