TCSJOHNHUXLEY has selected JCM Global’s iVIZION, GEN2 U Printer for its new Qorex Electronic Gaming Solutions.
Leading live table game manufacturer, TCSJOHNHUXLEY, has opted to use JCM Global’s award-winning iVIZION® bill validator and GEN2 U™ thermal printer for its “major milestone” product range, the Qorex electronic gaming solutions.
The recently launched Qorex Terminal is a flexible multi-game product that allows live, automatic and system driven play of Roulette and Baccarat which can be configured to suit any casino floor. TCSJOHNHUXLEY claim that Qorex features an intuitive easy to navigate interface which allows players to swap easily between games and the integration of JCM’s products, provides additional security and ease of play.
Commenting on the product range, Terry West, Hardware Engineering Manager for TCSJOHNHUXLEY, said: “The introduction of our Qorex range of products is a major milestone for the company. We have a reputation of manufacturing the highest quality products that are innovative market leaders, as well as secure and reliable. It is therefore imperative that all components for Qorex meet these standards, which is why we chose to incorporate JCM products.”
JCM claims its industry-leading iVIZION protects operators from counterfeiters and cheats with a powerful combination of sensing and anti-stringing technology while the GEN2 U™ thermal printer is equipped with ITH® (Intelligent Ticket Handling) technology, IntelligentBezel™ system for paper jam reduction via blocked bezel detection, ProColor™ printing with readily available 2-color printing technology, a large paper capacity, and an expanded graphics memory.
JCM EMEA General Manager Payam Zadeh said: “We are very pleased that TCSJOHNHUXLEY has chosen JCM’s iVIZION and GEN2 U products for their new Qorex electronic gaming terminal. Suppliers across Europe and around the world trust JCM and our products to be a perfect and secure complement to their games, enabling suppliers to sell their games with confidence to their operator customers.”