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Tokheim Deploys OneAccess Routers

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CLAMART, France -- OneAccess, a global provider of specialist multi-service access routers for telecom operators and communication service providers, has been selected by Tokheim, a global managed service provider specializing in the retail oil and gas industry, to optimize and future-proof its business-critical network that connects thousands of petrol service station customers worldwide.

Tokheim connects its customers’ forecourts via Tokheim Net, a purpose-built international network which supports a range of critical business processes, including PCI-DSS compliant point-of-sale (POS) connectivity required for fuel sales, secure virtual private network (VPN) remote access and a combination of remote backup options, including over 3G. OneAccess was chosen to provide strategic and technical support together with the network access equipment required to upgrade the legacy VPN configuration.

OneAccess, which offers the widest range of access technologies available in the market, has delivered a reliable, secure and future-proofed network by configuring its multi-service access routers to provide a single, dispersed, centrally managed application delivery platform. The solution was rapidly integrated with Tokheim’s existing infrastructure in order to centralize the network’s monitoring and management capabilities and optimize the performance of the applications that enable the filling pumps, POS terminals and other devices deployed on its customers’ forecourts.

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