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3G Sunset - Avoid jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire.

Cellular carriers are dismantling their 3G networks, forcing ATM operators to upgrade 3G modems within the next year-and-a-half. COVID-19 supply chain disruptions threaten ATM operators ability to upgrade 3G modems in time, which could result in thousands of ATMs going offline.

In this article we offer insights about why these supply chain delays are happening, how to try and avoid them, and what to look for to gain a competitive edge when upgrading wireless modems for use in ATMs.

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