Nautilus Hyosung Unveils HALO II Strengthening Its Leadership in the ATM Retail Market

Nautilus Hyosung, the fastest growing supplier of ATMs in North America, proudly unveiled the HALO II at the ATMIA Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. “The development of the HALO II was in response to our customers’ needs. The HALO II offers new security features to protect our customers’ investments and added value to increase their revenues. The HALO II is a proud new addition to the Nautilus Hyosung family of world-class retail machines,” said President and CEO of Nautilus Hyosung Andy Orent.

Engineered for advanced security, the HALO II boasts several security enhancements including:

  • UL 291 business hours safe with enhanced break-in protection
  • Taller frame with reinforced, heavier metal and welding
  • Front metal plate for additional protection of the safe and cash tray
  • Key components compatible with current and previous retail models
  • Encrypted communication between key components and core
  • Transport Layer Security (TLS) network encryption protocol for communication protection

Sleek and innovative, the HALO II is designed to attract users, driving more transactions and increased revenues. With customizable, color LED lighting around the keypad and a vivid 10.1-inch color LCD screen, the eye-catching HALO II is well-poised for optimal visibility.  It also has a “no-spill” top, preventing users from placing cups or cans in a position where liquid might damage the ATM.

“In addition to security enhancements, we engineered the HALO II for maximum cost-effectiveness, ease of operation, ease of service and maximum reliability and uptime, drawing on our industry-leading cash dispensing technology,” said Orent.

The HALO II utilizes the latest Nautilus Hyosung retail application software, offering value-added revenue transaction opportunities, such as Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC), donations, lottery and surcharge segmentation. The Near Field Communications (NFC) option also positions the HALO II for future support of cardless cash withdrawals.

Industry Report Shows Nautilus Hyosung America is Largest ATM Supplier to U.S. Market

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nautilus Hyosung America (Hyosung), the fastest growing supplier of ATMs in North America and the market leader in Branch Transformation solutions, today announced that it is now the largest supplier of ATMs to the U.S. market according to the latest Global ATM Market and Forecasts report from RBR, the leading strategic research and consulting firm in retail banking, banking automation and payments systems.

“At a time when banks are closing branches and subsequently contracting their ATMs, we have increased our ATM deployment in the United States”

The report highlights how banks are reimagining the branch channel and have shifted to new branch formats and ATM technologies – such as assisted self-service ATMs – enabling bankers to spend more quality time consulting with customers. Hyosung has experienced rapid growth over the past several years in the U.S. market as banks are increasingly implementing branch transformation solutions. Already the leading provider of solutions to the Independent ATM Deployer (IAD) market, Hyosung has seen strong growth in the financial industry. According to RBR’s research, Hyosung increased its market share by four percentage points to reach 29 percent in 2013 – representing the largest market share.

“At a time when banks are closing branches and subsequently contracting their ATMs, we have increased our ATM deployment in the United States,” said Andrew Orent, CEO, Nautilus Hyosung America. “We see this as a strong indication that both banks and their customers are demanding the innovative, self-service technology Hyosung is on the forefront of. RBR’s report confirms our convictions that we are the market leader.”

RBR’s Global ATM Market and Forecasts to 2019 is a comprehensive analysis of the development and future of the global ATM and cash dispenser market. The report covers 183 countries and is invaluable for manufacturers, financial institutions, independent ATM deployers, network operators, processors, professional services firms and other suppliers to the financial services industry.