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Toshiba Introduces TCx 900 Point-of-Sale System


The TCx 900 is the newest point-of-sale system from Research Triangle Park, North Carolina-based Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions. 

It provides advanced technology offerings through a modular system in a compact design built to last and evolve with retailers for the long term. The system increases store productivity, enabling retailers to minimize in-store operational expenses and focus more on the business to deliver engaging shopping experiences. 

Available in September, the TCx 900 meets the unique requirements of any retailer through technological applications, including POS, store controller and multi-store management systems.

“The compact TCx 900 meets Toshiba’s retail-hardened standards of reliability, serviceability and flexibility without compromising performance,” said Robert Parsons, VP of product portfolio.

“The latest hardware solution allows retailers to confidently invest in a next generation platform that can reliably support their most demanding workloads today and whatever comes next.”

The TCx 900 enables retailers to transform their store operations while realizing benefits, including:

  • Power and performance with the 13th Gen Intel Core processors;
  • Productivity across multiple channels, fueled by next-generation DDR5 Memory Module technology supporting better bandwidth and transaction performance;
  • Adaptability and security through Windows and Linux OS support and enhanced digital security powered by Toshiba’s TCx Sky operating system;
  • Flexible innovation with a set of customizable ports that support various input/output systems for many configurations, enabling retailers to modernize their front end;
  • Sustainability and efficiency through a new design that is 40 percent more energy efficient than industry standards and is made from PC+ABS recyclable plastics; and
  • Remote monitoring and management ensuring maximum up-time, supported by Toshiba’s Proactive Availability Services.

“The retail industry is in the midst of massive technological reimagining driven by extraordinary shifts in consumer behaviors and a new normal of expectations for seamless, personalized and hyper-efficient shopper experiences,” said Stacey Shulman, VP of network and edge group at Intel

“Designed with 13th Gen Intel Core processor next generation compute performance, WiFi6 connectivity and AI readiness, Toshiba’s TCx 900 is another example of the long history of collaboration with Intel to meet the flexible, scalable, high-performant and secure requirements retailers need to serve today’s modern consumers.”

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