Enables any device with EMV Kernel-on-the cloud whether it is a POS terminal, mobile phone, or a tablet to accept card-present EMV contact and contactless transactions.
The reader turns into a simple payment device
Fairbit EMVKernel-on-the-Cloud, the reader turns into a simple device
Traditionally, EMV Level 2 kernel application runs in the POS hardware. Fairbit solution changes traditional model such that EMV Level 2 kernel application runs on the cloud (EMVKernel-on-the-Cloud). This enables any device, whether it is a POS terminal, mobile phone, or a tablet to accept card-present EMV contact and contactless transactions. With EMVKernel-on-the-Cloud, the reader turns into a simple device only to manage user experience and card communication.
Fairbit APIs simplify the integration of payment terminal
Fairbit solution makes it easier to build your point of sale, develop your payment application, and own your card-present payment experience. Fairbit APIs simplify the integration of payment terminal to the cloud services.
EMVKernel-on-the-Cloud application performs EMV functionality to process the transaction
Kernel-in-the-Cloud performs the EMV payment functionality as defined by EMVCo and payment schemes, which are EMVCo contact, EMVCo entry point, and contactless. The client application manages user experience, gets transaction amount, and other transaction-related data, and sends it to the cloud along with the card data. EMVKernel-on-the-Cloud performs EMV functionality to process the transaction. At the end of the transaction, the cloud gives control to the client application to go online for authorization and receipt printing.
Focus on your core business
POS companies may develop their own POS application depending on the market and customer requirements without worrying about the EMV side.
EMV L2 certification for the cloud is maintained by Fairbit.
EMV Level 2 kernel certification has always been a costly, time-consuming process. With Fairbit Kernel-in-the-Cloud solution, no need to worry about it anymore. As L2 kernel runs on the cloud, it eliminates repeated certification efforts for new client devices.