PAX at ETA Expo 2011

The ETA Expo 2011, more than 2600 electronic transactions industry professionals, exhibitors and guests participated in the event in beautiful San Diego May 10-12. The industry’s premier exhibit hall included 180 vendors such as China UnionPay, VeriFone, Hypercom, PAX and etc showcasing their latest products and services — an unparalleled opportunity to connect with the industry’s leading suppliers and partners.

This is the 3rd year that PAX participated in this event. Many visitors from US and other regions met with us, and they were very impressed by our company and the high quality products especially the art S90 POS terminal, it has more choices than ever:

WiFi module

(replaces GSM/GPRS module)

Dial‐Up Modem

[Sync.(HDLC up to 9600bps,V.21,V.22/V.22bis,V.29), Async.(V.32/V.32bis,up to14400bps) ]

Built‐In Contactless Card Reader module

(ISO/IEC14443 Type A/B).

Carmen Paraschiv, Head of NA Region said:” we established our North American headquarters in Melville, New York in 2008, we can offer better services for clients, and customers also trust in us more”. PAX market principals Raymond Shi said “PAX is to become a global mainstream supplier of card terminal solution, PAX will continue to strengthen the investment to the overseas market.PAX will continue to increase its levels of sales and technical support to the overseas, enabling customers to complete applications in the shortest time and deploy superior quality POS solutions.”

About PAX Technology, Inc.

PAX has been serving the global retail marketplace for over ten years and has distribution in over thirty countries. In a recent Nilson Report, PAX was listed as the fastest growing of the Top 10 terminal manufacturers with a 54% increase in global sales in 2008, having shipped over 1 million terminals worldwide in recent years. PAX is the dominant supplier in China and has established its North American headquarters in Melville, New York.

PAX offers a complete line of products and services supported by extensive R&D capabilities. In addition to a most competitive pricing model, quality assurance is the company’s top priority which enables PAX to have a strong advantage in the marketplace.

About the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA)

The ETA is an international trade association representing companies who offer electronic transaction processing products and services. The purpose of ETA is to influence, monitor and help shape the merchant acquiring industry by providing leadership through education, advocacy and the exchange of information. ETA’s membership spans the breadth of the payments industry, from financial institutions to transaction processors to independent sales organizations (ISOs) to equipment suppliers. More than 500 companies worldwide are members of ETA. Additional information can be found at