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Intralot unveil lightning- fast performing terminal PhotonX at ICE London


In a setting of SSTs and intelligent vending terminals, Intralot showcased their most powerful and best-performing terminal designed to revolutionise lottery and betting retail operations


Most striking about the PhotonX is its modular architecture which provides tremendous flexibility, offering full access to any of the terminal’s main modules for installation, service, maintenance and everyday use, requiring minimal effort and no special tools. Te PhotonX’s camera technology makes scanning a set of payslips or tickets easier, faster and more accurate.


The Intralot team pictured with their showpiece product PhotonX


“Any limitations imposed by traditional scanners, any bottleneck or speed-limiting factors belong to the past,” explained Katerina Spanou, Senior Product Manager, Retail Touchpoint Solutions at Intralot. “Te PhotonX offers advanced multimedia capabilities to simultaneously drive two additional multimedia screens in Full HD and 4K, fully serving lottery’s digital signage needs without any additional equipment.


Te PhotonX incorporates an extensive set of hardware and software features to protect retailers and lottery operators from unauthorised access. Te terminal integrates top quality electronics and solid-state hard drive with camera technology that requires no moving parts, making it resistant to wear and tear, regardless of workload and


EFCO lifts the curtain on its new EGL7100 during ICE


EFCO, a world-class supplier of industrial computers, gaming and EMS solutions, was at ICE unveiling its EGL7100


Based on the Intel 8/9th generation of the Intel Core-i, Pentium and Celeron processor families, the EGL7100 supports up to 6 displays with 8K output. EGL7100 also supports complete gaming features including SecuBoot, RootSecu, GPIO, NVM and intrusion detection to fulfil a variety of customers’ needs.


Ira Lo, CTO for EFCO, said: “Our latest product offering, the EGL7100, provides the highest level of multiprocessing and graphics performance, while also offering pre-reserved placement for rapid I/O and security mechanism customization. With support for up to six displays, and up to 8K of output, gaming developers can truly unleash their imaginations in designing new games and experiences for their guests. And, because EFCO’s gaming logic computers are easily upgradable, it allows customers to quickly begin implementing the very latest technology right away.”


Te EGL7100 offers standard support for up to 4x 4K displays when paired with an external, industrial-grade Nvidia graphics card, or 6x 4K


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with AMD graphics card. EGL7100 easily connects with other peripherals via the 6x serial ports, 8x USB ports and 2 ethernet ports. Other features include support for PCIe high speed NVRAM with virtual boost technology to accelerate access rate. Add-on PCIe Gen III 16x graphics card, modular I/O design with plenty of GPIO, and over 25k hours MTBF at 50 °C at 65W CPU plus 100W GPU. And lifetime supports until 2031.


As with all of EFCO’s digital display engines, security is a number one priority. Advanced security protection is provided through EFCO’s Gaming Software and Firmware Support kit. Tis kit includes SecuBoot and RootSecu with


environmental conditions. Tis maintenance free concept reduces operating costs and offers consistent performance during its lifespan.”


Alongside a state-of-the-art processor and memory options that speed up operations whilst optimising power consumption, PhotonX employs an adjustable, 15-inch wide touch screen whose functions are triggered with a single touch or sweep of the hand.


Elsewhere on the jampacked booth, the new holistic and modular Lottery Solution was presented. Incorporating Lotos X engine, promoted as ‘the most parametrical games and draw management platform in the Lottery industry’,


offers the Canvas CMS, a unified platform for managing and publishing content across multiple touchpoints. Te i-Lottery solution and Pulse Player platform, featuring PAM, CRM, and wallet components, bring an immersive, personalised digital lottery gaming experience that enables operators to maximise player lifetime value and reduce churn.


Taking pride of place from a sports betting perspective, Intralot Orion, the betting platform certified by BetRadar, offering advanced omni- channel capabilities, features a comprehensive MTS for pre-game and in-play betting across all sports and channels using algorithmic pricing based on in-house probabilistic models.


EFCO’s Neil Spence and Michael Klaus


complete mechanisms to guarantee safe boot and prevent copying of your data.


LED strips should do more than display meaningless fixed patterns, and should instead be leveraged to add more content to the game. EFCO’s LED use pattern is extremely flexible and each strip can be operated independently of the game with its own select colors and patterns, allowing designers to reimagine the use and content of the LED strip. In addition, EFCO has integrated this functionality into all of its gaming logic computers as a standard feature, at no additional cost – something that usually requires additional hardware.


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