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world line

See spacetime.

world line

[′wərld ‚līn]
(relativity)
A path in four-dimensional space-time that represents a continuous sequence of events relating to a given particle.
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Thierry Guermann, Primary Credit Analyst at S&P Global Ratings: 'Worldline has established a solid position in Europe's payment market.
Some of the major and emerging players profiled are Atos Worldline, Equinox Payments LLC, First Data Corporation, Fujitsu Limited, VeriFone (Formerly Hypercom), Ingenico, Dejavoo, Exadigm, XAC Automation Corp., Panasonic, PAX, Smartpay, NCR, Olivetti & VeriFone Systems.
As a consequence of the strategic partnership with Worldline SIX's revenues have practically halved.
The Worldline solution includes the provision of interfaces in order to smoothly interact with the Banco BPM platform and provide clients and users with the best experience, the report added.
We identify the worldline with a path taken by an observer, which is a point-like entity able to receive, store manipulate and record information.
Network International's solution incorporates PCI 3.x Worldline devices and 3C Payment's Integra Pay@Table terminal solution, integrated with Oracle Hospitality Simphony, the cloud and mobile hospitality management platform that aims to create a "flexible integrated payments solution".
- Gemalto is organized to benefit from innovation across its business units and the potential break-up contemplated by Atos through the contribution of Gemalto's businesses to three separate divisions of Atos (for example the integration of the payments business into Worldline) would negatively impact Gemalto's performance and ability to best serve its clients.
This provides a physical explanation for length contraction as a manifestation of the reality of a particle's extended worldline, where the cross-section measured by an observer moving relative to it (i.e.
"The dematerialisation of payments is a spectacular rising tide," explains Gilles Grapinet, CEO of Worldline.
"Biometric data is heavier than normal card data, so Aadhaar-based payments don't work too well on landline-linked machines," says Deepak Chandnani, CEO (South Asia and West Asia, Worldline, a payment processor for banks.
Serving a global client base, the group provides consulting & systems integration services, managed services & BPO, cloud operations, big data and cyber security solutions, as well as transactional services through Worldline, a European payments and transactional services company.
Serving a global client base, the Group provides Consulting & Systems Integration services, Managed Services & BPO, Cloud operations, Big Data & Cyber-security solutions, as well as transactional services through Worldline, the European leader in the payments and transactional services industry.