Posts Tagged ‘EMV Level 2 Approval’

Mobile EMV Kernel – Using a mobile phone as a payment terminal

June 11, 2012 at 10:30 am

Traditionally, GPRS-based mobile payment terminals which are used to accept debit or credit card payments (including both magnetic-stripe cards and EMV “Chip and PIN” cards) in the field, have been expensive, and bulky, which has hampered their acceptability to small merchants or those that operate mobile businesses. Mobile Credit Card Readers Now though, by taking […]

EMV becoming global payment standard

October 18, 2010 at 9:47 am

EMVCo have released an interesting press release that details the number of EMV cards and terminals, and the extent of EMV migration, in each geographic region of the world. According to their figures there are now more than 1 billion EMV cards in circulation worldwide and almost two-thirds of all terminals outside the United States […]

Release of EMVCo Level 2 4.2b Spec.

February 9, 2010 at 4:36 pm

The much anticipated release of the latest EMV Level 2 test specification happened on the 5th February, and already CreditCall is working through the documents to identify changes that need to be made to its widely certified EMV software Kernel. In addition to the test case updates to validate the implementations of all the EMV […]