The Moxa Smartio family of serial boards are used by many of the world's top companies as part of POS (Point-of-Sale) or POS related systems. Moxa's serial boards are very successful, and continue to be one of the top choices of POS system designers.
Consider USA Delta Airlines, which has used more than 10,000 MOXA Smartio C168H/PCI boards as part of its Airline Counter Flight Check-in System. IBM also uses thousands of MOXA Smartio C168H/PCI boards together with the advanced E-Commerce technology for its MMS (Multi Media Station) system, which provides information about a location and other sales services. And a company in Japan uses almost 10,000 MOXA Smartio C168H/PCI boards as a major component of its PC-based Lottery Terminal.
Typical POS system applications are PC-based POS cash registers, PC-based ATMs, PC-based kiosk machines, PC-based lottery machines, PC-based ticket vending machines, as well as any other self-service machine connection. Since POS machines are placed at many different locations, POS system providers demand a highly reliable solution to avoid maintenance problems. Furthermore, since a large number of multiport boards are usually needed for POS projects, POS system providers are very concerned about price. This means that reliability and a competitive price are the two key factors that POS customers consider. The reason Moxa's Smartio Family serial boards are so good at meeting customer's needs and concerns is because we took great care to design these serial boards especially for POS applications.
MOXA Smartio multiport serial boards, with their Microsoft NT/2000 certification, low cost, and high performance, outrank products from all other major multiport serial product manufacturers. Building on that success, and taking advantage of Moxa's long-standing expertise, we at Moxa continue to serve our customers, and provide the most cost-effective and easy-to-use serial board architecture. The Smartio family comes highly recommended by many MOXA users for its advanced POS applications.
- PC-based point of sale registers
- PC-based postal machines
- PC-based kiosks
- PC-based lottery machines
- Other serial device control applications