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Diebold launches cash-accepting device

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NORTH CANTON, Ohio (6/26/09)--ATM manufacturer Diebold has launched the Enhanced Note Acceptor (ENA), a cash-accepting device, at its ATMs. ENA allows deposits of up to 50 mixed-denomination notes in an envelope-free transaction. The ENA module is offered as a standard feature on Diebold’s Opteva ATM or as an onsite field upgrade. Envelope-free transactions help eliminate empty-envelope and closed-account fraud, Diebold said. The number of deposit-automated ATMS across 26 countries has more than quadrupled since 2003 to more than 96,000 at the end of 2007, according to a Retail Banking Research study. Demand is expected to grow by 670,000 deposit-automated units deployed by 2018. Diebold is headquartered in Canton, Ohio.