Includes Virtual Reality, 3-D Scanning Featuring Boulanger*, Brooks Brothers*, Coop*, Levi Strauss & Co.*, Nordstrom*; Intel Announces First IoT Platform Designed for Retail SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 18, 2016 – Intel Corporation today unveiled a range of technological innovations that are driving new retail experiences for consumers and enabling retailers to better understand and connect with customers.
Vending-Specific Gateway, N&W Global Vending Collaboration Announced NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Intel today announced the Intel® IoT Retail Gateway Reference Design for Intelligent Vending, an integrated, pre-validated and flexible design which includes including hardware, software and security building blocks to speed up development and deployment of smart vending machines. N&W Global Vending* will be at the Intel booth at the VendItalia 2015 International Vending Exhibition in Milan, offering a sneak preview of the first prototype of a vending machine based on the latest Intel technologies
Today, at the Transact 15 show in San Francisco, Intel announced acollaboration with Ingenico Group to combine Intel technology with Ingenico Group secure payment technology for secure, connected mobile payment solutions. Together, the companies will develop a mobile tablet that supports EuroPay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV) and NFC payments. The tablet will feature Intel® Data Protection Technology for Transactions , which offers end-to-end protection of customer data from the moment a card is presented to information stored in the cloud.
Collaboration Provides Retailers With Increased Security for Mobile Payments and Addresses Credit Card Fraud Deadline SAN FRANCISCO and PARIS, April 2, 2015 – Today, Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING) and Intel Corporation announced a collaboration to combine Intel technology and Ingenico Group secure payment acceptance for the Internet of Things.
At NRF 2015, Intel is showcasing the latest retail technology available in the market today and deployed by brands like Beef O’Brady’s*, Best Buy*, Harlequin* books, Nebraska Furniture Mart*, and Neiman Marcus*. The Intel-based retail innovations are driving forward the Internet of Things for retail and utilize the latest analytics, personalization and security features to deliver engaging and customized shopping experiences while protecting customer data