Abierto Gateway IP Converters provide network connectivity to multiple dial terminals at over 1,600 Pantry store locations
Exeter, NH – May 3rd, 2010– Abierto Networks announced today that it has completed the deployment of its Abierto Gateway IP Converter solution at The Pantry stores.
“It was truly and honor and a pleasure for Abierto to work with The Pantry as the IP Converter solution provider for their Wide Area Network project” said Rick Sales, president of Abierto Networks. “The Pantry WAN project was an exciting and challenging opportunity for our company due to its technical complexity and large scale deployment. While the resounding success of this project should be equally credited to the efforts of The Pantry’s IT Group and the outstanding work of AT&T, Sagenet, DSR and other WAN project participants, the successful outcome is proof positive of Abierto’s extensive knowledge of the electronic transaction environment, as well as the solid technical capacity of its Abierto Gateway family of IP Converters.”
Headquartered in Cary, NC, The Pantry owns and operates over 1,600 convenience stores in the Southeastern United States.
About Abierto Networks
Abierto Networks (www.ab-net.us) is a value added solutions provider and integrator of Electronic Payment Technologies, specializing in the Convenience Store and Retail Petroleum Industry. The Abierto Gateway line of Serial and Dial-to-IP Converters enables retailers to re-deploy existing POS and payment terminals over high-speed IP connections, delivering fast, secure and reliable IP transactions to over 30 certified Credit Card, ATM, Check, Gift Card, Fleet Fueling Card, and loyalty processors.
Learn more about Abierto Networks at www.ab-net.us