We have been one of the leading companies in the industry for the past 25 years. We provide solutions to all financial device connectivity or ATM needs.
We provide connectivity solutions to integrate into all kinds of hardware. We cover a wide range of devices and models from different manufacturers.
What is it?
Xpeak is a device standardization that provides independence from both the Operating System and the programming language. It came about in 2007 as a definition of XML structure exchange to integrate financial devices. Since then, it has evolved, gained new features and added new devices, such as signature pads or fingerprint readers.
Xpeaker is our Xpeak-based product.
Its evolution is fast and agile, and can even make single-command versions instead of defining the complete standardization
It can include definition of a new device without affecting the rest of specifications
It can connect remotely (from Application Server) via XML
It can work with centralized applications with products such as Citrix XSE, VMWare Vi3 and Microsoft VS
It is not exclusively focused on financial devices
Communication with Xpeak services can be broadened to all kinds of standards (Web Services, SOAP)
With some devices, an Xpeak server can be used internally, integrated into the firmware
architecture in Xpeak
What is it?
Xpeaker is an Xpeak-based solution that streamlines service and application development for devices like recyclers, printers, signature pads, scanners, among others.
A set of device drivers following the Xpeak definition, developed in Java for a wide range of market devices (cash recyclers, passbook printers, check readers, receipt printers, signature pads, fingerprint readers, etc.).
This is a Java middleware to develop applications with standardized devices through Xpeak in a fast and easy way, with no need to make and interpret XML structures.
A set of tools integrated into an Eclipse plug-in that includes the possibility of unit testing, configuration, printer forms editor, simulators, traces viewer, software deployment and updating, among others.
Set of Web Services so that an application can communicate with standardized devices through Xpeak with REST calls. It facilitates the integration of devices into web applications.
It standardizes device access (Vendor Agnostic)
It provides operating system and programming language independence
It facilitates sharing devices, configuring workstations and analyzing traces
It provides flexible architectures
It facilitates platform migration phases
It includes all the drivers’ source code
Simple licensing by device type, not runtime licenses
Fast incorporation of new Xpeak services
It includes biometric devices